A new AirPods wireless chip will allow you to say, "Hey, Siri" this year. New iPads are expected in March and Fast Company names Apple No. 1 of its Most Innovative Companies for 2018.
The lawsuit by a coalition of attorneys general comes as the FCC files notice of its repeal to the Federal Register.
Commentary: Evan Spiegel doomed his app to fail the second he thought it deserved all the money it received.
Emergency dispatchers say they've received about 1,600 false alarm calls from the California center in the past few months.
The German court at Leipzig has agreed to hand down a ruling on Feb. 27 on whether Stuttgart and Duesseldorf’s diesel bans are legal.
Commentary: In a meeting with state and local officials in Florida, the president cites violent video games and movies as "shaping young people's thoughts."
A remodel means the lodgings company will start catering to wealthier clients. It's also adding new rental types, like vacation homes and boutique hotels.
Taylor and his American Renaissance group say permanently suspending their accounts is "censorship."
It'll go on sale in March, but I suppose you can wait by the port if you want to get near one sooner.
Samsung is revealing its answer to the iPhone X on Sunday in Barcelona. Here's how you can follow along.
The online game Bad News lets you build your own fake-news empire. Who knew selling your social media soul could be so grotesquely fulfilling?
A fourth quarter drop is the first year-over-year decline since the researcher started tracking sales. Samsung held the No. 1 position, followed by Apple.
The "Parks and Recreation" team isn't happy about the NRA using a Leslie Knope GIF in its Twitter feed.
Or you can buy one iPhone and get an iPhone 8 free. Either way, there are catches. And questions. Plus: a terabyte of portable storage for just $41.
She spends her days making the stars look like precision drivers in movies like "The Bourne Ultimatum," "Identity Theft" and "Spider-Man 3." So what's that like?
There is bound to be a whole cadre of salty German executives after Tesla smokes them at their own game.
Elon Musk wanted to recycle the nose cone from the latest launch, so he sent a boat named Mr. Steven with a "catcher's mitt" to try to snag it.
Elon Musk's company launches two prototype satellites it hopes will be the first of thousands more beaming internet access anywhere in the world.