In a blog post, Google says it's "paused" plans to roll out its fiber-optic internet service to any new cities -- including ones in its own backyard.
Messaging app co-founders say that users communicating with businesses will not attract spam.
The social network talks politics and live video during The Wall Street Journal's WSJD Conference. The company also demoed a prototype live video filter.
With 100 channels and streaming costs included, AT&T says it's trying to upend the cable TV market with an affordable online TV service.
A new study showing which US cities search for which health conditions most makes us feel sorry for Columbus. Does your city make the list?
Here's what you need to know about the hurdles facing AT&T as it plans to buy media giant Time Warner.
There are four live streaming options for what promises to be an historic World Series between the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians.
Social Cues: Turns out people aren't too happy with allegations that their privacy may be jeopardized even more than they already knew.
Reed Hastings has no objection to the blockbuster deal, as long as it doesn't conflict with net neutrality.
Ping-pong balls, poop bags and Pop-Tarts are the latest things you can reorder using the commerce giant's Wi-Fi-connected gizmos.
Social media company plans to trim about 300 jobs, or 8 percent of its workforce, Bloomberg reports.
Technically Incorrect: Someone, somewhere had to compute the sheer number of objects of Trumpian scorn. It was The New York Times and it keeps computing.
Amazon Echo Dot is the future
The new and improved Echo Dot takes Amazon's best-in-class smart home speaker and wraps it in an ultra-affordable package. See why it earned our Editors' Choice award.