Lorde really has a thing for onion rings.
When the 2017 America's Cup final match gets under way on Saturday, sailing's ultimate event will have hard job matching the drama and impact of the 2013 edition.
Amazon could soon be facing a much tougher opponent in one of its most important overseas markets.
In keeping with the notion that nothing really happens until it's posted on social media, the U.S. Coast Guard took to the web to tout its latest high-seas haul of illegal drugs.
There's mounting evidence that North Korea was behind last month's WannaCry ransomware attack that hit hundreds of thousands of computers around the world.
How would you give back if you had $80 billion -- plus or minus a few billion?
There's a new in-demand job at Facebook: counterterrorism specialist.
A Pakistan government crackdown on freedom of speech online has reached worrying new levels, activists say, after a young man was sentenced to death over a series of Facebook posts.
Ikea wants to evolve beyond the big-box.
We're one step closer to asking Facebook to schedule dinner with friends.
Microsoft has released several critical security updates to protect against widespread hacking.
All of the websites owned by Yahoo are now officially part of Verizon. And former Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, who famously left Google to take over the Purple Portal, is walking away from the company with a pretty sweet deal. Nearly $260 million.
Apple isn't building its own car after all. At least not in the near future.
After more than two decades, Yahoo's time as an independent company has finally come to an end.
There's a frequently cited catchphrase -- "don't read the comments" -- that's become shorthand for steering clear of internet trolls.
Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny was found guilty late Monday of calling repeatedly for unlawful protests and sentenced to 30 days of detention.
Looking for work this summer? McDonald's may have a job for you.
One bad Apple was spoiling a whole bunch of tech stocks Monday.
Xbox fans already know what's on their holiday wish lists.
A wildly popular Chinese news app is fast becoming one of the world's hottest upstarts.
Tech stocks took a hit after a Goldman Sachs analyst questioned this year's run-up in the industry's five biggest names -- Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Facebook and Alphabet -- the parent company of Google.
"I'm not worried about artificial intelligence giving computers the ability to think like humans; I'm more concerned about people thinking like computers -- without values or compassion," Apple CEO Tim Cook told MIT grads Friday.
Newly available smart yoga pants have five sensors sewn in to help the wearer improve form for 30 different yoga poses.
Tweeting about ice cream or sending a GIF of the Pope doesn't seem particularly momentous.