Social-media giant says a security glitch may have let third-party apps access people's unshared images
Automation and changing consumer habits are pushing these occupations -- some that will surprise you -- to the wayside
When it comes to digital currency, bitcoin has grabbed most of the headlines, but have we been missing the real story?
The answer depends on which one has a stronger strategy for growing well beyond their already titanic status
Texas location will house as many as 15,000 employees, and other new or expanded sites will have thousands more
Ruling follows claim by chipmaker Qualcomm that Apple is infringing on some of its technology patents
The fast-growing company may not be well-known in the U.S., but it surpassed Apple as the No. 2 cellphone maker
Zuckerberg 2012 email: Sharing "may be good for the world but it's not good for us unless people also share back to Facebook"
One suit demands $12.5 billion, arguing a 2015 hack should've taught Marriott to be more careful with customer data
Online blogging site makes move not long after its app was deleted from Apple store for allowing disturbing material
The software giant's focus on cloud computing is lifting its value at the same time Apple shares are getting bruised
Despite calls for new leadership at Facebook, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said both he and she are staying
Social media platform said it wants to reduce "inauthentic" content on its site, calling it "unwelcome"
Competition is pushing the cost of solar and wind energy to record lows, according to Lazard
Facebook COO refutes claims made against her in a scathing New York Times report
Electronic driver-assist systems don't always work in time to avoid a crash, testing shows
Amazon reaped something that might prove more valuable than billion-dollar tax breaks: Lots of data from more than 200 cities
Gift exchange circulating on social media asks users to send one gift valued at $10 or more, promising up to 36 presents in return
The decision Tuesday by the world's largest retailer followed a frenzied competition and billions of dollars in promised tax subsidies
Decision to be formally announced as soon as Tuesday, The Wall Street Journal reports Monday night
Competing social network Twitter awash with reports of not being able to use the site, with #FacebookDown trending