The U.S. government issued an alert about persistent cyberthreats that have been threatening utilities since at least May.
Project Loon, an experimental balloon-powered internet program, teamed up with AT&T to help the island reconnect.
Digital mental health therapy was designed to be low-cost and widespread. It isn't as great as traditional therapies, but it's getting better.
A bipartisan group of senators hope to bring rules for political ads on the internet up to the same standards as other media.
Woz U and Grow with Google both hope to make tech education more accessible.
Equifax's $7.25 million deal with the IRS has been suspended for further review.
In a statement, the city explained this isn't a "ban" but instead "a trajectory that seems both credible and sustainable."
Apple is planning on working with NBCUniversal to remake the 1980s series "Amazing Stories."
Facebook used a video of hurricane-stricken Puerto Rico during a live demonstration of its new virtual reality app.
The Federal Communications Commission has given Project Loon a temporary license to provide cell service in hurricane-struck Puerto Rico.
Politico reports White House tech support discovered the suspected breach after Kelly complained his phone wasn't working properly this summer.
The European Commission says the e-commerce giant didn't pay its fair share in taxes, and now it wants Amazon to pay $294 million.