Wal-Mart Stores is creating what it's calling a technology incubator in Silicon Valley that's focused on technologies that will change how people shop.
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A group of students, computer programmers and other volunteers gathered on a snowy night at a former mill in Dover, N.H., to participate in a nationwide data rescue effort to archive scientific data that could be lost.
The company insists it's a "small test" to determine if the reaction is helpful.
With its successful IPO now done, Snap's most likely focus will be on finding key acquisitions to keep it near the top of the social networking world.
An authorized S3 team member entered a command incorrectly and a larger set of servers was removed than was intended, Amazon said.
Twitter is taking the offensive in its ongoing battle online trolls and hopes to identify them before users even turn them in.
Amazon Web Services, a major cloud hosting service, has suffered a system failure that has been affecting web sites and apps.
H&R Block is betting that customers will be willing to have IBM's Watson assist their human tax preparers in getting them the biggest refunds possible or at least reduce how much they owe.
In a blog post Thursday, CEO Mark Zuckerberg laid out an agenda that envisions creating a global community to make the world a better place.
IT managers are finding it difficult to keep their applications and data safe in the cloud, and many are slowing cloud adoption because of it, according to a report from Intel.
Google is moving to make Maps more than just about getting to your destination. Maps is getting social.
If you're hoping to attend Google I/O in May, you can apply for tickets to the annual developer conference Feb. 22-27.
Within three to five years, researchers could have a device that helps people with brain injuries form and recall memories.
A move by a watchdog group and a small group of shareholders to oust Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg from his post as chairman would be an uphill battle that would be unlikely to succeed and could hurt the company, analysts said.
Twitter is extending its campaign to curb trolls and abuse on its social network, building on efforts it rolled out last fall.