Facebook will label violating posts from public figures going forward

SAN FRANCISCO - Chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said Friday that Facebook will remove posts that incite violence or atte...

Trump administration seeks to drill on more than two-thirds of nation's largest swath of public land

WASHINGTON - The Trump administration proposed on Thursday to open more than two-thirds of the nation's largest piece of...

Lawmakers unveil bipartisan proposal to make social media moderation more transparent

Many Republicans and Democrats agree that social networks' prized legal shield is flawed. A new bill is a sign they coul...

NASA to rename headquarters for Mary W. Jackson, agency's first female African American engineer

NASA will name its headquarters building for Mary W. Jackson, the first female African American engineer at the space ag...

Segway stops production, marking the end of a scooter era

SAN FRANCISCO - The Segway PT, that two-wheeled vehicle that makes riders lean forward, will soon be no more....

Japanese supercomputer tops world rankings again

Supercomputer Fugaku, developed by Riken and Fujitsu Ltd., ranked No. 1 in the latest TOP500 world rankings for supercom...

'Canada is awesome,' Shopify's CEO tells workers barred from U.S.

Shopify Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tobias Lutke is touting Canada as a relocation option after President Donald Trump...

Tech leaders say Trump's immigration crackdown will be bad for business

Tech industry leaders are aggressively criticizing President Donald Trump's immigration crackdown, warning the move coul...

Most Americans believe the government should do more to combat climate change, poll finds

Nearly two-thirds of Americans believe the federal government should act more aggressively to combat climate change, and...

Apple's new processors give it more power over developers on the Mac

Apple announced new chips for its Macs, which the company said Monday would make the computers more power efficient. But...