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In his first public statement on the controversy, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg admits to mistakes involving misused data affecting more than 50 million user accounts.
The social network slowed users' internet connections by rerouting access to the site through Hong Kong and the US, the country's telecommunications regulator says.
Apple might release a sequel to its scrappy iPhone SE "budget" phone. Here's what we know.
Online companies don't pay tax in European countries where they operate without a physical presence. But that could all be about to change.
A new crop of LED light bulbs wants to combine modern technology with old-school looks. Here's what to look for as you pick one out.
The OnePlus 6 could cost $750, just not in US dollars.
Even though Silicon Valley is facing a reckoning, people still want to work there, according to LinkedIn's survey of top 50 companies to work in 2018.
A NASA Curiosity rover view of Mars reveals a comical rock formation resembling Jabba the Hutt from Star Wars.
Nine questions you've had about Alexa but were too afraid to ask.
On today's episode, we talk about the massive call on social media to delete Facebook and why many aren't following it. Also, cybersecurity for elections.
A partnership with Red Bull Racing means the Aston Martin name will appear on an F1 car for the first time in 59 years -- and that's just the beginning of the automaker's plans.
Despite digital currencies barely being used to buy and sell things, Jack Dorsey believes bitcoin will be the "single currency" on the planet within the next 10 years.
"SoFi" is a soft robotic fish with a fish-eye lens (of course) that can explore where few other robots or humans can, and without spooking the locals.
Commentary: Cambridge Analytica doesn't escape the late-night host's scorn either, as Colbert can't help marveling at the mess.
The Conner Avenue Assembly Plant has been dormant since the Viper ceased production last year, but it won't stay that way for long as nearly 100,000 square-feet of the plant have been set aside as a private museum and corporate meeting facility.
The sporty-looking Arteon will go on sale in the US this fall.
The chipmaker says the patches will arrive within a few weeks and AMD device owners shouldn’t worry about the reported flaws.
NASA's Drew Feustel admits to a fear that would prevent most people from becoming an astronaut.
Cadillac has announced it's collaborated on its first native streaming app with the world's most popular music service Spotify
There's been mounting pressure on Facebook's CEO to speak up amid allegations that data from millions of people on the platform was misused.