The NSA announced Friday that it has stopped scooping communications American citizens have with foreign surveillance targets.
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An employee at a Missouri Jimmy John's, a popular sandwich chain restaurant, didn't even flinch Wednesday when a robber pointed a gun just inches from his face.
One-in-ten women who work in the tech industry have reported "unwanted sexual attention" during their tenure, says a study published Thursday.
Apple was granted a patent Thursday for a concept in which smartphones are charged by only using signals emitted by routers.
An Alabama man committed suicide Tuesday while reportedly live streaming on Facebook, and local authorities said they personally haven't seen anything like it.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai criticized a rule empowering net neutrality Wednesday, saying it cost the American people jobs, money and access to high-speed internet.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai said in a speech Wednesday that a Democratic-led FCC during the final two years of former President Barack Obama's tenure almost oversaw the demise of a "free and open" internet.
Google is allowing workers to take off from work May 1 to protest President Donald Trump, whether or not they give advance notice.
A widow is blaming Uber's stressful work environment on her husband's suicide, according to a Tuesday report from the San Francisco Chronicle.
The CEO of FaceApp, a photo-editing application, apologized Tuesday after users discovered in recent weeks that its "Hotness" filter essentially makes people look more white.
A former driver for Lyft is suing Uber for violating his privacy rights, after it was allegedly revealed that Uber spies on Lyft.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is expected to make around $186 million after the tech company's sale to Verizon takes full effect some time in June.
A man in Thailand reportedly live streamed himself on Facebook Monday killing his 11-month-old child and then committing suicide.
Former President Barack Obama once confronted Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg about the purported problem of "fake news" on the social media platform, according to a New York Times profile published Tuesday.
Dozens of young people reportedly mobbed an Oakland train station over the weekend, annexed one of the train cars, and robbed passengers.
Around 25 percent of U.S. households won't have a traditional TV subscription by the end of 2017 as newer streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video grow in popularity, according to estimates from an April report.
A large proportion of apartment dwellers and managers ranked high-speed internet and Wi-Fi as one of the most important factors when deciding to rent, according to a new survey published Monday.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg released a virtual reality (VR) movie Sunday in hopes to help people assimilate with prison inmates.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick now has a private driver rather than using his own company's services, according to a Sunday New York Times report.