Facebook has begun warning viewers of graphic violence and stopping auto-play of violent videos.
Google is in negotiations with automakers to create self-driving cars by 2020.
A new survey states that women who regularly tweet or post photos on mobile devices are 21 percent less stressed than those who do not.
Google is spinning off Google Glass from its experimental Google X to a new division headed by Nest chief executive Tony Fadell.
Former Googler Marissa Mayer says in a new book that the company's "20 percent time" for individual products didn't really exist.
A University of Missouri study finds that subjects with their iPhones in another room had elevated heart rates, blood pressure and performed worse on cognitive tasks.
After being ridiculed in the press, layoffs and product delays, Clinkle decides to use 'Treats' to rebrand itself.
Uber is now giving cities a look at its transportation to data to help with urban planning, but it's likely the move is an attempt to shore up some goodwill and political clout.
Tinder, a dating app, bought Namesake, the maker of ephemeral photo-sharing app Tappy.
A Nielsen study reports that tweets about TV programs can spell success for a new show.