Police say a man playing “Pokemon Go” in an Ohio park was robbed of his cellphone and shot three times.
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Twitter, known for its 140-character limit on tweets, is now allowing users to post longer videos — of up to 140 seconds.
Apple said Friday it has appealed the decision of a Beijing oversight panel alleging the tech giant violated design patents of a small Chinese competitor, but sales of Apple smartphones have not been disrupted by the dispute.
Students beware: a self-driving minibus will be rolling through the University of Nevada Las Vegas by the end of the year.
In a big win for the Obama administration, a federal appeals court on Tuesday upheld the government’s“net neutrality” rules that require internet providers to treat all web traffic equally.
In a surprise move, Microsoft said Monday that it is buying LinkedIn for about $26.2 billion, a deal that could bring subtle but significant changes for the professional network’s more than 430 million members.
A new Apple Watch feature announced Monday will start tracking distance, speed and calories burned during wheelchair use.
Gawker Media LLC, the online publisher ordered by a U.S. judge to pay $140 million to former wrestler Hulk Hogan over the publication of a sex tape, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Friday and is planning to put itself up for sale.
Hillary Clinton’s actions associated with having a server and personal email account for her work as secretary of state don’t appear to rise to the level that would result in an indictment, a cybersecurity expert told members of the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce.
Garbage trucks are among the dirtiest trucks cities have. The more refuse they clean from the streets, the more pollution they may add to the atmosphere.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, the first major automaker to strike a deal with Google on driverless cars, now has started discussions on a similar partnership with Uber Technologies Inc., people familiar with the matter said.
When the Electronic Entertainment Expo kicks off Tuesday in Los Angeles, one of the largest companies in the video-game industry won’t be there, at least not on the show floor.
Once upon a time, Silicon Valley startups raised money from venture capitalists and then, with some luck and a promising business, held an IPO to cash in and expand. Uber has no need for such traditions.
Snapchat has 150 million people using the service each day, said people familiar with the matter. That makes the 4-year-old messaging app more popular than Twitter by daily active users.
Facebook says it is dropping its reliance on news outlets to help determine what gets posted as a “trending topic” on the giant social network, a move adopted after a backlash over a report saying it suppressed conservative views.
User names and media attachments such as photos and videos will no longer count towards the length of a tweet, Twitter Inc said on Tuesday, but the 140-character limit will stay.
Facebook Inc will no longer rely on a top-10 list of websites to help choose items for its Trending Topics section, even though an internal probe showed no evidence of political bias in the selection process, the company said on Monday.
Google is showing off a new smart-home speaker, a virtual-reality system called Daydream and a chat service called Allo.
Henderson-based company Aerodrome celebrated International Drone Day on May 7 at the Eldorado Droneport in Boulder City. The event included tutorials and drone racing.
LinkedIn said Wednesday that a 2012 breach resulted in more than 100 million of its users’ passwords being compromised — vastly more than previously thought.
From needleless shots to shock waves used to advance wound care, modern-day technology is influencing all aspects of health care.
Video-game giant Activision Blizzard is teaming up with Facebook to deliver live eSports tournament coverage on the social-media service worldwide.
An off-the-cuff remark made by Inventables CEO Zach Kaplan cost his company more than $10,000, and he couldn’t be happier about it.