YouTube's automated copyright-checking system is allowing fraudulent copyright claimants to make money off legitimately uploaded videos of the Curiosity landing.
On visit to Africa, former President George W. Bush says ex-NSA contractor Edward Snowden damaged U.S. national security.
Fresh out of a Texas jail, Justin Carter appears on CNN with his family and lawyer and sounds chastened, but unbowed.
The Apple co-founder and iconic rapper get together for a chat about their shared interest in technology.
A non-toxic paint, which can be applied to almost any surface, conducts electricity for creative projects.
4K is closer to becoming something you don't have to be a millionaire to afford, as Samsung reveals a 55-inch and 65-inch UHD TV.
Fan videos featuring Nintendo content on YouTube have been claimed by the gaming company for monetisation purposes.
Facebook's CEO wants to create a path to Internet access for the 5 billion people still unconnected. How nice. Of course, eventually those people will turn into a revenue stream for his company.
The Google unit's system for policing copyright violations will get smarter, thanks to a better appeals process and updated algorithms designed to identify unintentional claims before they do damage.
A vehicle designer's concept for a future car would involve the car printing and assembling itself while you wait.