Paul Allen's passions: Rock n' roll, sports and…

Personal computers, conservation, pro football, rock n' roll and rocket ships: Paul G. Allen pursued a wide range of philanthropic interests and passions after making his early mark co-founding Microsoft with childhood friend Bill Gates

Facebook: fewer users impacted by Cyberattack, but personal details accessed

The company isn't ruling out smaller breaches and is continuing to investigate.

Facebook Announces New Policies Ahead Of Midterms

Facebook announced it will start policing misinformation about elections on its platform more heavily ahead of the November midterms.

YouTube goes down for more than an hour

YouTube goes down for more than an hour

Facebook says hackers accessed phone numbers, email addresses as part of latest breach

Facebook said hackers were able to access phone numbers, email addresses and search information as part of the most recent data breach, although it said the breach affected about 30 million, fewer than previously thought.

Facebook's Recent Breach Affected Fewer Users…

According to Facebook, the breach announced in late September affected 30 million users, about 20 million fewer than it first estimated.

Shanghai airport automates check-in with facial…

Shanghai's Hongqiao airport is using an automated flight check-in system powered by facial recognition technology, as China pushes to integrate biometrics into daily life

Mozilla’s $3.5M plan to teach ethics to coders

Despite the high-minded promise of tech's potential to enrich our lives, each day brings a new headline about its negative effects.

WarnerMedia Plans To Launch New Video Streaming…

​The service is planned to be sold directly to consumers and will offer mostly HBO programming.

Netflix's 3Q subscriber growth gets rave reviews…

Netflix regains its stride with strong subscriber growth during the summer after stumbling badly in spring

Silicon Valley ‘gets away with murder’ on data breaches: Vivek Wadhwa

Vivek Wadhwa, Harvard Law School distinguished fellow, criticized big-tech companies for their lack of accountability.

Sony Will Soon Let PlayStation Users Change Their…

​The company said it will begin testing the new feature in the coming months.

Ex-Equifax manager gets home confinement for insider trading

A former Equifax manager has been sentenced to serve eight months home confinement after pleading guilty to insider trading in the wake of the company's massive data breach last year

Google challenges $5B European Union antitrust fine

Google is challenging the $5 billion (4.34 billion euros) fine by the European Commission for its alleged use of "illegal practices" to push Android apps on smartphone customers.

Privacy Groups Urge Congress To Create New…

Privacy groups are proposing using both EU and California privacy protection rules as a template for potential US regulations.

NASA astronaut describes close call following…

The NASA astronaut who survived last week's failed launch and emergency landing says he knew he needed to stay calm

Hacked Supermicro system at US telecom firm: Report

The Supermicro device was inspected after experts detected “unusual communications” originating from the server, according to a report.

Google Pulls Out Of Pentagon's $10 Billion…

The Pentagon's program - Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure, or JEDI - is a giant cloud system for government data.

Can Pinterest succeed as the 'un'-social network?

Pinterest has long shunned being labeled as a social network _ and with it, an emphasis on connections and networks that has led to explosive growth among competitors

Google fires at Apple with Pixel 3 phone, other devices

Google unveiled its new Pixel 3 phones, Pixel Slate tablet and Home Hub device at a glitzy event in New York on Tuesday, as it looks to up the ante with Apple for consumer's spending this holiday season.

Amid Privacy Fallout, Facebook Announces New…

In November the company will roll out Facebook Portal, a voice-activated webcam that can be used for video chats.

Google to charge for apps on Android phones in…

Google to start charging for pre-installed apps on Android phones sold in Europe