Three million tweets sent about Trump's speech sets a record for an address given to Congress. Millions also watch Bernie Sanders' response on Facebook.
After a dashboard cam catches Travis Kalanick in a heated argument with his driver over falling fares and low pay, the ride-hailing exec admits he needs leadership help.
The new tools integrate support systems for people contemplating suicide into Facebook Live and Messenger and streamline the reporting process.
Two new laws gain presidential approval to bring more women into science, technology, engineering and math.
Today's biggest stories in tech include a report that the new iPhone 8 will use a USB-C port, Google's live streaming TV announcement and Microsoft's new all-you-can-eat game subscription service.
A huge 200 million users have registered for digital wallet PayTM, and it looks like just the beginning.
Police allegedly found 3D-printed glocks in his home, but the lawyer for the Australian man says he was just a science fiction and war gaming fan who got carried away.
Two new laws will let NASA and the National Science Foundation push for women and girls to get into STEM.
The video website reveals its forthcoming cable-like service that will include DVR, better recommendations and Google Home support.
The expansion into chipmaking comes as the Chinese phone maker looks to get its groove back.
The Galaxy Note 7 debacle appears to have whacked Samsung's reputation, according to a new study. Apple's slippage has been more subtle.
"This is not the way things should be," Facebook's chief operating officer says of wave of threats, including one in her home town.
Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.