"I'm never plugging that device in again because I can't trust it," a homeowner said after her Alexa sent an audio recording from inside her home to a stranger.
Google employees are now quitting in protest of the company's contract to develop a controversial drone program for the Pentagon.
New data shows that an overwhelming majority of the people targeted by police facial recognition are innocent, and the departments continue to use the faulty software.
The technology manufacturing giant, Foxconn has been given permission to drain 7 million gallons of water a day from Lake Michigan to use for free in their factory.
A computer technician has been sentenced to prison for selling restore disks for computers after he was targeted by Microsoft for allegedly taking away from their profits.
Here are all the questions Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg backed out of or couldn't answer during his Senate hearing this week.
Nearly two dozen child advocacy groups have formed a coalition and filed a formal complaint with the Federal Trade Commission alleging that YouTube is illegally tracking the online activity of small children in direct violation of COPPA.
As Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg prepares to be questioned by a House Committee, a report from USA Today shows that the overwhelming majority of the members asking the questions have received money from the social media giant.
A college student was arrested, forced to stay in a mental hospital, and his family was targeted by police after he was accused of making anonymous comments about mass shooters on Reddit.
First it was reports of kids eating Tide Pods, now the internet is being bombarded with videos of teens snorting condoms—all in an attempt to gain temporary social media fame while putting their health at risk.