The social media giants are creating a shared database to combat the use of their services as platforms for terrorist messaging.
Amazon is expanding its grocery services into the real world with a grab-and-go store that will make cash registers obsolete.
The mega-retailer will open brick-and-mortar convenience stores. It got us musing about other Silicon Valley companies we want to see open shop on Main Street.
Mark Zuckerberg joins other big names in Silicon Valley and Hollywood to hand out $25 million for advances in tech and science at the Breakthrough Prize ceremony.
Commentary: For its holiday ad, Redmond shows people who are making a difference in the world.
It may look like shoplifting, but it's actually Amazon's latest real-world shopping experiment.
Motorola has cooked up more magnetic Mod accessories for its Moto Z phones, Netflix gives "Luke Cage" a second outing and the EU claims tech giants aren't doing enough to tackle hate speech.
The European Commission has accused the world's largest social networks of not fulfilling their commitment to stamp out illegal activity on their platforms.
Short-term rental service drops challenge to new law in exchange for not facing fines itself.
The social network didn't see a rush of new users, even though it was impossible to ignore.
In this week's wrap-up, a piece of Android malware compromises user data. Meanwhile, Netflix finally caves and lets customers download video on their mobile devices.
Apple is replacing batteries for some iPhone 6S owners whose phones keep shutting down unexpectedly. Find out if you're on the list.
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The tiny $60 Nintendo entertainment system is currently sold out in most places, but you still may able to snag one...eventually. Here are the places giving gamers hope, and those that have shut down sales.