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.
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Facebook has made it easier to share music while chatting by adding Spotify support directly to its Messenger app. Users can now share individual songs through the “more” tab within Messenger.
Everyone is grossed out by airplane bathrooms — but Boeing wants to change that. The aircraft manufacturer says it’s developed a self-cleaning restroom for planes.
FBI Director James Comey defended the agency’s legal pursuit of access to suspects’ digital information, including that of an iPhone owned by one of the San Bernardino terrorists, but he faced some skeptical lawmakers on Capitol Hill who worried about cases setting a precedent that would jeopardize privacy.
Leonardo DiCaprio’s moment in the Oscar limelight on Sunday spawned a record-breaking burst of Twitter activity.
Amazon has launched its biggest foray into food outside of the United States with a deal with British supermarket Morrisons to offer fresh and frozen goods to customers, in some places as quickly as under one hour.
Now that the FBI has discovered Apple can actually hack into its own iPhones, Apple engineers see their next goal as making a version of the device that even Apple can't break into.
Apple chief Tim Cook on Wednesday said that complying with a court order to help the FBI break into an iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters would be "bad for America," and set a legal precedent that would offend many Americans.
Now you can do a whole lot more than "like" a Facebook post. "Love," "Haha," "Wow," "Sad," and "Angry" are five new Facebook buttons that people can click when responding to a post.
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The Justice Department, in a court filing late Monday, accused Apple of suddenly changing its legal position on cooperating with federal law enforcement after years of complying with court orders based on a broad 1789 law.
Mark Zuckerberg went on the record Monday to support Apple in its fight with the U.S. government.
UNLV's Drones and Autonomous Systems Lab, which opened in April 2015, will be featured on NOVA on Vegas PBS in a Feb. 24 special called "Rise of the Robots."
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump called on Friday for a boycott of Apple Inc products until the tech company agreed to help the U.S. government unlock the cellphone of one of the killers in last year's San Bernardino, California, shooting.
Many people have strong opinions over whether Apple helps the FBI break into the iPhone of San Bernardino killer Syed Farook. It's not just about that single device, they say, but larger issues like privacy and security.
A court order demanding that Apple Inc help the U.S. government unlock the encrypted iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters is shaping up as a crucial test case of how far the government can go in forcing technology companies to help security and intelligence investigations.
AT&T has finally made a splashy 5G announcement of its own.
Andreas Stefik never really considered himself an agent for change. He simply saw a need in the blind community — which didn't have the resources to work in computer science because of the lack of compatible software — and acted.
Amazon Prime Now will offer one-hour rose delivery service in the Las Vegas Valley through Valentine's Day.
The French data protection authority on Monday gave Facebook three months to stop tracking non-users' web activity without their consent and ordered the social network to stop transferring data to the United States using an illegal data transfer pact.
For Katelyn Dunn, now 17 and a senior at Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, the slow days of summer in 2014 had to be reckoned with.
Looking at the cadaver in the gross anatomy class at Touro University Nevada, associate professor Emmett Findlay is prone to ask his students impromptu questions to challenge what they already know.
Los Angeles-based Hyperloop Technologies Inc. has submitted plans for a full-scale test site at the Apex Industrial Park, according to CEO Rob Lloyd.