The Doodle depicts a young girl enthralled by Martin Luther King Jr.'s powerful words.
Commentary: If the YouTube star wants to know how far his image has fallen, a "Saturday Night Live" sketch offers a clue.
The vote gives the NSA the power to continue collecting information sent over the internet by foreigners outside the US.
The KodakCoin technology is designed to help photographers get paid, but it's also helping Kodak boost its stock price.
Users on Facebook, Instagram and Oculus no longer have to worry about having their videos taken down even if they feature songs from Sony/ATV’s artistes.
PUBG, Rainbow Six: Siege and more -- these laptops couldn't possibly run these games. Until they could.
The organization temporarily circulated a link leading to a PDF of Michael Wolff's new book "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House."
Commentary: The dating site estimates a 42 percent spike in searches for love this Sunday. But why now?
The social network says blocking or removing officials' tweets would hide information that's meant to be debated -- even if the tweets violate its rules.
The website, Radical Agenda, was created by Christopher Cantwell, the same guy that OkCupid banned for being a Nazi.
The iPhone maker becomes the last of tech's biggest companies to endorse compression technology designed to go easy on your data plan.
Commentary: The dating site, recently mired in controversy about real names, releases its first-ever ads. They're all about being, um, DTF.
Cameras that make great holiday gifts
Let them start the new year with a step up in photo and video quality from a phone.