New power plant construction dipped by two-thirds in 2016, with declining investments in China and India accelerating the trend.
The Trump administration just took the first step in allowing internet providers to sell your browsing habits and personal information.
Hackers can be anywhere — down the street from their victims, or on another continent — but they all have a home base: the Dark Web.
Google Home no longer responds to an actor's voice in the commercial when he say, "OK Google, what is the Whopper burger?"
When the Department of Labor questioned Google's pay equality, Google did what Google does best: Produced pages and pages of results.
Scott Wolfson, a Consumer Products Safety Commission spokesman, said that there have been more than 60 hoverboard fires since the fall of 2015.
The tech giant intends for its raters to apply an 'Upsetting-Offensive' flag to pages that promote hate or violence against a group of people.
President Trump's signature is all that is needed now to roll back Obama-era rules, leaving consumer data fair game for broadband providers.
Ahsan Tahir is only 13 years old and is a recognized Microsoft security researcher with "Hall of Fame" status.
Amazon's drones were on public display at the SXSW conference in Texas, but they're not dropping breakfast burritos to tech geeks yet, though.
Twitter is making a play for more users with a new slimmed down browsing experience called Twitter Lite.
Apple's jam-packed iOS 10 is full of shiny features, but there are some hidden tricks that will help you make the most of the operating system.
The job will involve less work, and he'll get paid more.
Hackers are using a simple method to rip off Amazon sellers.
Bixby, the artificially intelligent assistant coming to Samsung's Galaxy S8, won't be completely ready when the new phones go on sale.
James Mercer of The Shins is launching an app to make your Instagram better.