The social network didn’t add any new members, despite attention from President Trump and Twitter's central role in politics.
Malware is being run like a professional business, with customer service staff to help victims make ransom payments.
Pushing back against trolls and edging forward with a redesign, Twitter hoped to attract new users. Its second-quarter numbers tell a different story.
The biggest stories in tech include Google dropping Instant Search results, a Cochlear implant that works with iOS and Waze heading to Android Auto.
Emails, tweets and phone alerts are stressing us out. Now there's tech to ease the anxiety.
If you're a PayPal global merchant, you'll now have access to another 100 million potential online shoppers.
Adobe's Flash is dead. Just as Steve Jobs said seven years ago. The Apple Watch 3 could come by September, and new iPhone 8 renders sport the look I want.
The new USB 3.2 standard will potentially double data transfer speeds to 20 gigabits per second. So when will we get to see it?
The heads of Apple, Facebook, Google and Twitter take aim at the president again, this time over his ban of transgender people in the US military.
The White House touts the plan as a win. Foxconn's history of investment hasn't always panned out.
Mark Zuckerberg has been trying to repair the social network’s image. The good news? It’s still making tons of money.
A judge ordered the company to pay the University of Wisconsin-Madison for infringing on patents describing a "predictor circuit."
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