The company is preparing to go public in 2019.
It's reportedly another project coming out of Facebook's futuristic Building 8 lab.
The well-known Republican donor has previously said that Silicon Valley leans too far left.
The anonymous search engine grows as people are more and more concerned about online privacy.
The social network says it's about creating virtual space where you can revisit your memories.
The lawmakers are asking Google to be "more forthcoming with the public."
Users who link Apple ID and financial accounts may be vulnerable.
The AR headset maker will be able to test apps and devices on a 5G network.
The announcement comes days after a journalist was reportedly killed in a Saudi consulate in Turkey.
It's also adding a filter for bullying comments in live videos and a kindness camera effect.
It's also getting tested out on cows.
So far it appears to be available only in Turkey.
The app administers four tests: Walking, voice, tapping and memory.
More than 80 percent of accounts that spread misinformation during the 2016 election are still active, according to a new Knight Foundation study.
The deaths happened in 137 incidents worldwide from 2011 to 2017.
The three plaintiffs are concerned Trump may broadcast "arbitrary, biased, irrational" messages and there's no way to opt out.
The message-board platform started hosting videos on its own in August of last year.
Getting kicked off PayPal harmed Jones' legitimacy, says the lawsuit.
Who's invited? Big internet and social media companies and people "dissatisfied with those companies," says a White House adviser.
The state is reportedly the first to pass a law requiring women on corporate boards.
The online program may not be living up to its promises, according to a CBS News investigation.
The search giant didn't show up before Congress earlier this month.
The alleged crimes took place across 19 counties in California.
Then Venmo said it has no plan to change the "Public by Default" setting.
The security flaw was flagged in 2007.
Google has loaded its search results with a bunch of Easter eggs to celebrate the occasion.
The telemarketer made more than 21 million robocalls in three months.
Here's a breakdown of the debate that pits free speech and gun rights against public safety.
Wilson was arrested in Taiwan and is now facing sexual assault charges in the US.
The chipmaker says Apple stole source code and other confidential information.
Shell is experimenting with cameras that can tell if you're smoking at a gas station.
The suit seeks class action status for those whose job is to view violent and disturbing potential Facebook posts.
The music recognition app reportedly cost Apple around $400 million.
The prepaid brand will start using a new name: Metro by T-Mobile. It will offer new unlimited plans that include Amazon Prime membership and Google One storage.
The participants in Facebook's Community Leadership Program aim to tackle everything from farming to racial tensions.
There'll be consequences if foreign adversaries launch cyberattacks against the US, the White House says.
The proponent of 3D-printed guns allegedly paid $500 for sex with a 16-year-old girl, according to Texas police.
The company also allegedly violated equal pay laws.
The chip could reportedly power self-driving cars, smart cities and logistics.
The feature uses augmented reality to scan your carry-on.
Facebook says it's reviewing the complaint.
The iPhone really is for everyone, Cook says. Even at those prices.
The diver, whom Musk alleged was a "pedo guy," filed a suit in California and plans one in the UK.
The WikiLeaks founder is still avoiding charges while residing in the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
The search giant rolls back changes to the way Chrome shows web addresses.
You walk in, grab what you want, and leave. Payment happens automatically.
So did Google Search app and Android phones.
The technology is already used in over 200 homes with healthy people, as well as patients with various conditions.