The Google Home Max goes on sale. The Google Home Mini brings back touch controls and Google's Research Team drops three new photo apps on us.
Chamath Palihapitiya says social media sites "are destroying how society works." His former employer disagrees.
The ride-hailing company works to make things better with drivers by asking for their opinions and advice.
Lots of us are installing the overhauled browser, but it'll take a busy 2018 to turn that into a real recovery for Mozilla.
Today's major tech stories include Apple's acquisition of Shazam, Samsung's plan for a better iris scanner in future phones and Alexa's new alarm clock feature, which lets you wake up to your favorite song.
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Remembering the technologies and companies that bit the dust in 2017 and speculating on those ahead. With bonus resurrections!
The commission's chairman warns of scams and market manipulation as Bitcoin hits record valuations on a near-daily basis.
A group of sites plan to take action to draw attention to a crucial FCC vote planned for Dec. 14 that could dismantle Obama-era net neutrality rules.
The ride-hailing service lost its license in September, and won't find out whether it can be reinstated until April or June next year.
In today's news, one FCC member calls for the net neutrality vote to be delayed over fraud claims, Uber settles a legal battle and Star Wars premieres.
The company had a big year in 2017. Could next year be even bigger?
Cameras that make great holiday gifts
Let them start the new year with a step up in photo and video quality from a phone.