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Several recent studies suggest that fears artificial intelligence and other high-tech forms of automation will destroy jobs are overblown.
Can OrCam, an Israeli company, avoid the privacy criticism generated by Google Glass?
The e-commerce giant appeared to solidify its hold on the online world this holiday season. What remains to be seen is how that will translate into profits.
The commercial drone business is taking off across rural states to aid in firefighting, data collection, agriculture and other tasks.
It does not appear that criticism of the lack of inclusion in the tech industry's work force will dissipate anytime soon.
Critics say Massively Open Online Course, or MOOCs, are over-hyped. But defenders say they are reaching people in unexpected ways.
In the view of a growing number of universities, what's needed to satisfy ambitious students are programs that teach them how to be entrepreneurs.
The former Microsoft executive explains why Microsoft appears to have fallen behind Sony in the game console market.
Two of India's most popular online video creators, the Viral Fever and All India Bakchod, have struggled to make a living from their work.
In India, most Internet content is viewed for free, particularly on YouTube. It is not an arrangement that will be easily changed.
Institutional investors typically own preferred stock in technology start-ups. Now more of them also own common stock, which may lead to unintended consequences.
Employees at venture-backed start-ups can be left holding the bag when the company stumbles. Discuss.
After big, last-minute investments, the company that finds patterns for spy agencies and business is valued at $20 billion.
Regulators ordered Facebook's Indian partner to stop offering a free package of Internet services while it considers rules to govern all such programs. It is the latest setback in India for Mark Zuckerberg's Internet.org project.
A tech resolution for the new year: Better tech literacy for all.
The drumbeat of bad tech news from Japan in 2015 was capped by an announcement from Toshiba about a net loss and layoffs.
This holiday season, the disruption in the video game industry is more evident than ever.
The rise of original digital shows like those from Netflix and Amazon, especially ones that encourage binge-watching, is making us reconsider how we think of programming that we get through our TVs and other digital devices.
The Federal Communications Commission said it was exploring whether new video streaming services from Comcast, T-Mobile USA and and AT&T violate net neutrality rules.
The deal, in a huge digital market, may give a boost to Apple Pay, which lets users pay for goods by holding a mobile device near a credit card reader.