Faced with runaway inflation and a weak national currency, Venezuelans are turning to cryptocurrencies to store savings and conduct some transactions.
Elon Musk's car for the masses lives up to the hype. Now he just has to build the thing.
A bill that would amend a bedrock internet law in the name of curbing online sex trafficking is headed to President Trump after Senate approval Wednesday.
In an interview with WIRED, Mark Zuckerberg seemed to accept the idea of some US regulation. Other countries could provide the blueprint.
Facebook's CEO addresses the Cambridge Analytica mess, but avoids the bigger questions.
Mark Zuckerberg Q&A: The Facebook CEO Talks Cambridge Analytica, the Company’s Problems, and Big Data
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talks with WIRED Editor-in-Chief Nicholas Thompson about Cambridge Analytica's use of Facebook data and the company's response.
San Francisco and Oakland are suing oil companies for money to protect against sea level rise.
And that the human safety driver was looking away from the road in the seconds leading up to the fatal impact.
Uber founder Travis Kalanick is a CEO again, after investing $150 million in a real-estate company that owns parking lots.
Facebook was forged in its founders image. So unlike traditional companies—say Google or Microsoft—Zuckerberg’s silence has already harmed his bottom line.
After a series of revelations of data misuse ballooned into a company crisis, Facebook's founder finally broke his silence.
Researchers detail the evolution of the world’s strangest fish, and describe how it could be a potentially powerful tool for scientists to study ocean life.
Despite the repeated privacy lapses, Facebook offers a fairly robust set of tools to control who knows what about you.
Stanford's John Hennessy, now chair of Google parent Alphabet, and Berkeley's David Patterson developed the Reduced Instruction Set Computer in the 1980s.
While potential photographic subjects would shy away from a DSLR-wielding tourist, barely a soul would notice a box as compact as Leica’s CL.
Human error leads to countless leaky databases. But Google has some new protections in place to help cloud customers better help themselves.
Opinion: Facebook and Google should stop accepting political advertising from groups whose funders and true agenda are unclear.
Unwanted calls and messages arriving on your iPhone? Block 'em all with our guide.
Alexander Nix has been suspended until further notice and replaced by Cambridge's head of data, Alexander Tayler.
Founders are no longer declaring their companies the "Uber of X." Instead, they're charming investors by having fun.