President Barack Obama and Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg talk about the importance of entrepreneurs at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit.
The Obama Administration looks to change the landscape of technology and business by focusing on inclusion and diversity.
President Barack Obama and the first lady strut their stuff with R2-D2 and a few Stormtroopers in honor of Star Wars Day on May the 4th.
The "MythBusters" co-host shows off his favorite projects and chats with the kids behind them at the White House Science Fair.
Google is to expand Internet access in Cuba as relations thaw with the US. But one expert warns American companies like Airbnb could be part of a 'virtual land grab'.
A new robotic board game champion is crowned, Woz loves the Echo, using Twitter to assess storm damage and the President's view on privacy.
Though the president says he's not talking specifically about Apple's scuffle with the FBI, he thinks data should be treated like all other privacy trade-offs we make for public safety.
President Barack Obama is pushing a bevy of tech initiatives ahead of his appearance at the famed culture and tech conference.
Part of the president's 2017 budget, the "Computer Science for All" initiative would bolster state funding for technology classes in public schools.
There's sizable public interest in smart guns, but opponents say the technology isn't yet ready for prime time.
The president wants to make it possible for consumers to find and buy these new types of guns. It won't be easy going.
Ahead of Tuesday's State of the Union address, the president joins the social network popular among millennials and best known for its disappearing messages.
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