The tech analyst's report on Internet Trends for 2014 shows a slowdown in Internet growth but strong potential for mobile.
A month after Human Rights Watch launched its "Campaign to Stop Killer Robots," a United Nations special rapporteur calls for a moratorium on robots that can kill without human control.
Redmond acknowledges that whoever was responsible for its Twitter account was trying to send a political tweet from his personal account and confused the two.
Massive dog slaughters in Ukraine prompt online activists to target Web site for soccer championship.
The University of Michigan will outfit 3,000 drivers with V2V devices to study the technology's reliability and efficacy in preventing car crashes.
The Kleiner Perkins VC, known for her legendary presentations each year about the state of the tech biz, gives a surprise midyear report on mobile.
Mary Meeker, a partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers, reveals at the D10 conference that there are now 2.3 billion Web users around the world.
The company is arguing its case before the Higher People's Court of Guangzhou, which could make or break its ability to stick with the iPad name.
AT&T could offer to divest as much of 40% of T-Mobile in order to win approval for its beleaguered acquisition, Bloomberg reports.
Marie Curie, the scientist who coined the word radioactivity and won not one but two Nobel prizes, was born on this day 144 years ago.