Netflix says it's protecting its customers from exceeding their data caps, and will soon introduce a data saver feature.
Apple is reportedly building its own servers to avoid relying on third-party supplies that may get intercepted.
Comcast is the only provider you'll find in the new Amazon Cable Store right now, though more could be added soon.
Co-founder and CEO of Twitter Jack Dorsey says the social media platform's iconic 140 character limit is staying.
Google says creating a new authority to review self-driving cars would be quicker than changing regulations.
With no marketable robots coming in the next few years, Google has reportedly decided to drop the robotics start up.
He's already conquered Twitter with 8.87 million followers, and will now reportedly take on Instagram.
3D printing and ink with human cells could one day help repair damaged cartilage – MMA fighters, rejoice!
You can now compare different Uber fares and order your ride with one click through the Google Maps app.
UberEats' iOS and Android apps are finally here and delivering food in Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
The Walt Disney Studios is bringing Indy back to the big screen more than a decade after the last installment.
GDC 2016 Google has a fancy new feature that lets you try an Android game right after you search for it.
As the Apple vs FBI clash rages on, Facebook, WhatsApp, Snapchat and Google are reportedly looking to increase user encryption.
Current safety standards are ill-suited for evolving vehicle designs that do away with pedals, steering wheels and drivers.
With major publishers skipping E3 2016, the show's organizer is be looking at new ways to revitalize it.