Twitter's adding a new button, Elon Musk has some wild ideas, and one tech platform is kicking people off for being racist.
New smartphones, Google wins a trial, and the tragic loss of our favorite Snapchat filters.
The ride-hail company is testing a feature that will let passengers schedule rides in advance.
Project Ara is finally coming to market. Developers get it in late 2016, consumers in 2017.
The Senate took a look at Facebook, Instagram changed its logo, and a Hyperloop moved for the first time.
Search for addresses, extra information, and GIFs, without ever leaving a conversation.
Apple refutes a report claiming it plans to stop selling music downloads in the next few years.
The user-friendly successor to 360-degree video is on its way to News Feed, but nothing's set for Instagram yet.
A quick rundown of the blink-and-you-miss-them jokes in the opening credits of the HBO series.
Google's got a new self-driving car, children (yes, children) are hacking Facebook, and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson released his own app.
The youngest person ever to receive a reward from the social network.
The tech giant is teaming up with Fiat Chrysler for its next autonomous vehicle.
"We’re trying to be a leader in apocalyptic defense scenarios."
iPhone sales slowed, Beyoncé picked her streaming service of choice, and Facebook started broadcasting sports. Take the tech news quiz for the week of April 25.
"Looking to the future, the next big step will be for the very concept of the 'device' to fade away."
We know you've heard it. But did you actually shell out for a Tidal account?
Hover Camera is small, safe, smart — and a little scary.
Coding chops, referrals, and competing offers. Poker skills probably helped, too.