It's more Trek than it looks, and it's all about Brexit. Here's what we learned from the new Star Trek movie. Spoilers on the starboard bow, captain!
The charges claim that Google artificially skews search results to favour its own advertising platform over the competition.
The search giant now has until September 7 to respond to claims about its wildly popular mobile software.
It would be the third antitrust complaint from the European Union, according to a report from Bloomberg.
In spite of what the tech industry hoped, the UK and the EU have decided to go their separate ways. Now's the time to keep a stiff upper lip.
Britons have voted in favor of Brexit, but Google Trends data suggests there is still confusion over what leaving the EU actually means.
This could be a historic moment for the UK. CNET looks at how the tech world is -- and isn't -- responding.
It's a win for the sharing economy. The European Commission provides guidelines on how companies like Uber and Airbnb should be regulated.
Twitter, Microsoft, Facebook and YouTube have all agreed to a European Union code of conduct focused on eliminating hate speech and terrorist propaganda.
Facebook, Twitter and others agree to investigate hateful, threatening speech within 24 hours of anyone reporting it.