To parents who think their kids might be addicted to video games, the World Health Organizations says, "You might be right."
Google is losing its black and Latino workers at higher rates than any other demographic, according to the company's annual diversity report released last week. But it is far from...
In Athens, Greece, a tech startup is helping people redistribute their leftover medicine through an app called GivMed.
Crimson Education uses an algorithm like eHarmony's to match students with mentors to help them prepare for the application process.
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Peter Kafka, senior editor of media for Recode, about the deal, as well as the official rollback of net neutrality this week.
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Kurt Wagner, senior editor at Recode, about what's come out of the Apple conference so far.
Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd looks at whether device companies are actually helping reduce technology addiction with Derek Thompson of The Atlantic.
The game had been billed as a "school shooting simulation," and prompted outrage from families of the victims of the Parkland shooting.
On social media, in-depth articles are reduced to posts without context, and people often share those posts without reading the stories first.
The company has confirmed that one of its speakers recorded a private conversation between an Oregon couple, and, unbeknownst to them, sent it to a third party.
Uber had disabled an emergency braking system in an autonomous vehicle that struck and killed a woman in Arizona in March, the report says.
Many doctors now record conversations with their patients, in part to help patients remember medical instructions.
The Facebook CEO is testifying before members of the European Parliament Tuesday, discussing how Facebook uses personal data.
Founded in 2004 by libertarian billionaire Peter Thiel, Palantir got its start aggregating massive amounts of information for the CIA's efforts in the war on terror.
The technology allows people to cheaply make their own parts and products. According to a new study, it's also prompting security concerns.
This month the U.S. Department of Transportation approved a number of tests for a new slate of uses for drones.
Companies like Facebook and Google, with access to enormous amounts of user information, make billions every year turning that data into ads.
The city council voted unanimously Monday to pass a new corporate head tax aimed at addressing Seattle's problems with homelessness.
When you go to a museum, you probably expect to see docents guiding visitors around the exhibits. But what if your guide was a metallic, glassy-eyed robot?
Uber's fatal semi-autonomous car crash earlier this year might have been caused by a software malfunction, according to a new report.