Internal researchers believe that the people behind the attack are a group of Facebook and Instagram spammers who present themselves as a digital marketing company, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Virgin Hyperloop One, one of the bold plans for the new form of high-speed transportation, took a big step this week in the search for a real-world test case — in Missouri, smack dab in the middle of America's heartland.
When a Wired reporter confronted YouTube's Susan Wojcicki about the bad video search results for her own name, she responded that the company was "working on it."
Search engine Baidu has become the first Chinese firm to join a U.S. supergroup on AI (artificial intelligence) development that counts Amazon and Apple among its members.
Silicon Valley's biggest companies — including Facebook, Google and Twitter — will not shake accusations they are politically biased against President Trump if they continue to keep the public in the dark about how their algorithms work.
Start-up Bumblebee Spaces is creating robotic apartments that double a room's usable space by storing your bed and belongings on the ceiling. Items can be retrieved with a voice command or the push of a button.
It's another means to bolster Apple Music as the company takes on streaming giant Spotify.
Opener hopes to bring vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) vehicles to the masses. The company invited CNBC inside its headquarters to chat with Alan Eustace, a former Google exec who is the company's technical advisor.
Women founders and CEOs of start-up companies receive a small portion of total venture capital dollars and company equity. But there's a growing movement in Silicon Valley to upend the boys' world, and wealth.
Facebook's Portal and Portal+ are not the first smart speakers to feature video calling, but with their Messenger integrations and entertaining augmented-reality features, they may be the most useful.
Usage-based auto insurance allows drivers to have their every move in a car tracked, and it can lead to lower policy premiums, but app-based offerings from insurers like Root Insurance also result in data privacy issues.
Trump's trade war with China could make everyday items more expensive. Here's how to check out unscathed.
Amazon launched a new Fire TV Stick 4K today, which is a big upgrade over the original Fire TV Stick, but the remote is the best part, thanks to new volume controls.
Blockchain is touted as a technology that will revolutionize finance. But slow transaction speeds and a lack of standardization threaten to thwart its growth.
Students at three U.S. universities can now store digital versions of their student ID in Apple Wallet on an iPhone or Apple Watch. The IDs can still open doors and be used to purchase food.
Search results in LinkedIn's recruiter tool will now provide more balanced gender results.
Facebook is adding more ways for brands to be selective about what videos and shows they advertise on, similar to programs Google offers for YouTube.
ATTN: is a media outlet that exists on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Its main goal is to explain complex issues to today's youth. And with 2 billion monthly impressions, it may be working.
Samsung revealed its latest smartphone, the Galaxy A9, featuring the world's first rear camera with four lenses.
A football coach at Stanford left his dream job to launch Strivr, a start-up that helps athletes and employees train using virtual reality technology. Last month it landed a big deal with Walmart.
A Bloomberg report alleges China slipped tiny spy chips into computer hardware from a firm called Super Micro, which supplied Amazon and Apple. The companies denied the report, but threat of Chinese cyberespionage is keeping tech CEOs up at night.
Curve has created an app that brings all a person's various accounts together and allows users to spend money using one card.
Amazon has rolled out a new accelerator program designed to help create more brands that are sold exclusively on its website.
Cloudera and Hortonworks have duked it out in the big data software market for years. Now they're coming together.
In October, Google will roll out a new policy that allows regulated cryptocurrency exchanges to advertise in the United States and Japan.
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