The New York Times said that a Commerce Department proposal would restrict the export of several categories of AI technology to countries the U.S. has sanctioned in the past.
Getting free shipping on Amazon without a Prime membership usually requires you to spend $25 or more, but the company's waiving that fee this holiday season.
Nowadays, we’re seeing custom lighting capabilities on the most unexpected components, gaming gear, house décor, party favors and more.
Northeastern University researchers discovered that wireless ISPs, including a satellite provider, throttle streaming video services and not other apps.
Facebook has identified coordinated attempts have been operating on its social media platform in an attempt to influence the United States' midterm elections this November.
Microsoft, Facebook, Google and Twitter announced the Data Transfer Project to offer better data portability and consumer choice.
The first brands and their specific products to be affected by the Trump administration's tariffs are from Apple, FitBit and Sonos.
Five years after it went private, Dell announced plans to go public again, citing improved financials and the continued success of VMWare.
Facebook is ending the Aquila project, which offered internet access to underserved communities, but it will support companies with similar ambitions.
Censorship machines and link taxes could become a big headache for European and American companies alike, if the new copyright directive passes on June 20 in the European Parliament.
The European Commission may issue the largest fine yet against Google for abusing its market position with the Android operating system.
The company said it plans to reintroduce the change with Chrome 70, which is set to debut in October, and that developers should have worked around it by then.
There was a time when anyone with a graphics card--or even just a CPU--could mine some Bitcoin and turn a profit.