Some of these things may change your life.
Definers’ research for Facebook on billionaire George Soros has never been published before. You can read one of those documents here.
What we saw in California this year is unlike anything that has come before. But odds are we’ll see it again.
We are captives to our phones, they are having a deleterious effect on society, and no one is coming to help us. On the upside, this is a great phone.
The voice-activated gadget will frame all your best pictures, play YouTube videos, and show live footage from your connected security cam. And it answers questions too.
"We're trying to now re-grease the wheels."
You can't bust a trust if the trust busts you first.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. But mostly the worst.
A responsibility "to find common ground."
The personal assistant gets more kid-friendly, less swear-y, and a little bit cuter.
All the innovations, apps, hacks, habits, gadgets, and robovacuums that made our lives a little better this year.
If you have lots of pictures of your dog or cat, Google Photos will start sorting them into distinct groupings.
Designed for parents and pet owners, it's meant to help you capture candid moments.
Amazon announced a small army of new Echo devices and services at a press conference today in Seattle.
Everyone knows what's coming. But we still show up. Apple's master class in playing the media.
The new Echo Show is a great device, especially when it comes to video calling. But you should think carefully about how it may fit into your life.
Help settle this debate between BuzzFeed tech editors.
The company spent much of its 2017 developer conference talking about a technology that seems to be perpetually looming on the horizon.
Google is holding its annual developer's conference in Mountain View, California on Wednesday. The company is expected to talk about its new Android O mobile operating system, its efforts in artificial intelligence, a new version of its Assistant for Apple's iOS, and more.
With its new camera platform, Facebook is busy augmenting reality. Perhaps it should pay a bit more attention to the hard truths of the world in which we currently live.