The main thing you should know about autonomous vehicles is that they are utterly inevitable.
Google's vice president of Android walks us through how Nexus hardware and Android software influence each other and how they always have.
Company CEO and CTO apparently expressed concerns about how a breach could hurt Ashley Madison.
We convened a panel of passionate experts to get to the bottom of this one mystery.
The new tool will give the company a way to show the best of Twitter to both logged-in and logged-out users on a variety of platforms. It will have instantly loading videos and rich images, and will occupy a front-and-center location in an upcoming version of the Twitter app.
Amid a barrage of first-person shooters, Microsoft's demo of Minecraft running on HoloLens stole the show.
Google released a new application Thursday at its annual developer conference that aims to drastically improve photo storage and organization.
Introducing BuzzFeed’s Open Lab for Journalism, Technology, and the Arts.
The Democratic senator avoided directly answering whether Uber and Lyft drivers should be classified as employees, but did weigh in on the changing nature of contract workers.
Tell us about your new phone cases for Android handsets, Skrillex.
Which industry will you change forever?
Sadly, people are still jerks. So Twitter adds rules for violent threats and new ways to lock down accounts.
The Square CEO and Twitter founder explains how his company's recent spate of initiatives fit together in the big picture.
Starting today, the company will try to give everyone a reason to go to Twitter.com. Even if you don't have an account.
The payments company is using transaction data to help merchants build targeted email campaigns.
The interactive video app is gorgeous and fast. But is it enough to beat Meerkat's head start?
Anyone can sign up for one of Square's new $Cashtags and start accepting payments online. Even businesses.
TAG Heuer is teaming up with Google and Intel to roll out a smartwatch.
Twitter cut off Meerkat's viral lifeline — the social graph.
The Guardian went too far in its claims of what Whisper could do and was doing. But so too, it seems, did Whisper.