Google told The New York Times that data fees were meant to offset the costs of complying with warrants and subpoenas.
In the competitive world of electric scooters, Bird aims to get an edge with a new acquisition and $75 million funding round.
Google Drive had a case of the Mondays.
We've got a while to go before Apple's annual refresh of the iPhone, but reports are coming in left and right. The device could get an overhaul in more ways than one.
In today's top stories, Google says it will experiment with how it displays search results after some backlash to recent changes. Meanwhile, the creator of Vine releases a new six-second video app called Byte.
After a number of delays, Boeing's newest plane -- the largest twin-engine jet in the world -- has finally taken to the skies.
Is it time for a budget iPhone? Also: Google and Amazon might be making us worse people, and Netflix viewership stats move further toward the meaningless.
This week's major tech stories include Apple's abandoned plan to encrypt iCloud data, some changes in Google search results and a leaked photo of the back of the new Xbox Series X console.
The modular power stations could provide power to the UK by 2029.
Thousands of workers are contracted by YouTube and Google around the world for content moderation.
If you spend a lot of time on social media, it can be tough to wean yourself off it. Especially addictive is Instagram, with its endless feed of beautiful photos. Here are ways to minimize your time on the Instagram app -- or quit it outright.
The Commerce Department reportedly pulled back the rules after objections from the Department of Defense.
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