Create and share content with the help of a comprehensive set of writing tools.
Microsoft's online office suite looks to machine learning to power a small set of new convenience features.
Mongolia is the first to adopt a new system aimed at ensuring even those in remote locations or refugee camps have a permanent address. You can even find one (or more) for your house.
Amazon's Echo, Tap and Dot speakers are featured-packed and constantly improving, but they're not perfect. Here are some common problems with the connected speakers and how to fix them.
It used to be that a Google search using emojis came back with "no results found."
Apple has updated its iTunes app for Mac and Windows, but it's unclear if the company has addressed the music deletion issue that it had previously acknowledged.
During a commencement address at UC Berkeley, the Facebook COO and "Lean In" author reflects on grief and resilience.
Why do some words give people the heebie-jeebies? A new study looks at words commonly perceived as disgusting, using the widely reviled "moist" as a test case.
Don't worry! Your file isn't lost forever. Here's how to find it.
The company doesn't want to unlock an iPhone for the FBI in a case involving a confessed drug dealer in Brooklyn. It's part of an ongoing feud over how to balance public safety with digital privacy.
Commentary: Given email's lack of nuance, it's easy to come across as a f***ing jerk. Ironically, a lot of online advice tries to help. Rule No. 3? Don't swear.