The business-software maker worked with the White House to donate $200 million to support computer science education in the US. Now it's adding even more to focus on women's education.
Technically Incorrect: Playing the two Democratic contenders, Kate McKinnon and Larry David show that technology will be at the forefront of the coming election.
It's Batman vs. the Punisher as Ben Affleck and Jon Bernthal appear in this new action movie.
Technically Incorrect: An Ivy League expert in search theory says the math he was writing may have been mistaken by a passenger for some sort of code, possibly terroristic. Oh, and he has dark skin.
By flipping the question of possible alien life to a question of whether we are unique, researchers find it much more likely the universe has seen many civilisations come and go.
Using a new way to tally active tweeters, the microblogging service says it added users in the first quarter. Even so, sales fell short.
A photo suggesting the US could end poverty by dividing the $1.3 billion Powerball jackpot evenly was widely shared on Facebook, but the math really, really (really) didn't add up.
Living on Mars might not be rocket science, if the former baseball MVP has anything to say about it.
A mathematical formula that predicts which words people find funny might not get its own Comedy Central special, but it does offer insights into the human mind.
Like Google and Microsoft, Apple is investing in programs to teach your kids how to code and play with technology.