Instagram is launching and testing multiple new features starting today that are aimed at making the platform a more positive space.
Microsoft this week revised the schedule for rolling out a Chrome browser extension to Office 365 customers, which at one point would have forced users to switch to the company's own Bing search engine.
In late March,Deborah Birx, one of the top coronavirus advisors in the United States, made a stunning admission: medicine cannot save us from COVID-19; only our conduct can.
Widespread reports indicate that Apple has been working on ARM-based CPUs for its Macs for years now, presumably to reduce its dependence on Intel chips that don't seem to get a lot faster with every new generation.
If you were wondering whether Huawei would be able to regain its Android license, that chance was has just been thrown out that window for another year.
Microsoft is beginning what will be a very long and drawn-out process of no longer supporting 32-bit versions of Windows 10.
The Trump administration is calling out the Chinese government over alleged attempts to hack and steal information for developing avaccine.
Apple is reportedly asking publishers for permission to record audio of their stories to include in its News Plus app, according to Digiday. The publication says it spoke with four publishers that heard the offer.
President Trump is again pressuring companies including Apple to move all of their manufacturing into the United States.
Apple has confirmed it did indeed purchase virtual reality company NextVR, which specializes in recording live events like concerts and sports matches to be experienced in VR, according to Bloomberg.
The US Commerce Department has taken another step toward cutting off Chinese telco Huawei from the overseas companies that make its semiconductors.
To improve battery life, network usage and website speed, Chrome will delete ads that consume too many computing resources, Google said Thursday.
Humanity will have to live with the threat of coronavirus "for the foreseeable future" and adapt accordingly because there is no guarantee that a vaccine can be successfully developed, one of the world's leading experts on the disease has warned.