The House and Senate have voted to repeal Obama-era privacy rules. We look at what that means for consumers.
The rules would have given consumers more power over how internet service providers, like Comcast and Verizon, use consumers' personal data.
Congress is striking down internet privacy rules from the Obama years. We’ll look at why and what it means for your life online.
A group of MIT has researchers released a set of eight, key cybersecurity recommendations for President Trump.
The company, Neuralink, would reportedly use technology to implant electrodes in human brains to connect them to computers.
In an interview, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the threat posed by artificial intelligence is "50 to 100 more years" away.
The argumentative brawl of the ancient coffee shop, writes Chloë Starr, has morphed into solo interaction with a screen.
A company in Marlborough believes it literally has the next hot technology in energy storage: molten metals.
The goal of the MIT-powered accelerator is to make it easier and cheaper for breakthrough technology to succeed.
The caveman professor, Bill Schindler, is teaching millennials to drop the phone and thrive in the wild. He’s with us.
California lawmakers just passed a bill that prevents IMDb, the popular entertainment information website, from revealing actors ages.
Safr has officially launched in Boston and aims to offer a ride-hailing option that caters to women riders and drivers.
As more and more people understand the link between fresh food and health benefits, food banks and others tackling food insecurity have made dramatic changes.
New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Austin and Washington, D.C., to name a few, all saw decreases in the number of people taking public transit in 2016.
The policy, which took effect at 3 a.m. ET, applies only to foreign airlines, and officials said it was "necessary to enhance security."
Recent research, writes Julie Wittes Schlack, suggests that internet trolls want to vilify people they consider unlike themselves.
Jeff Jones is among several executives who have left Uber in recent weeks as the company grapples with a number of controversies.
More admissions officers are looking to social media to gain a deeper, positive understanding of college applicants.
Many of the computers used in modern cars are made by different vendors, which makes them easier to hack.
President Trump takes aim at federal auto-emission regulations. We’ll look at what’s on the line for the US auto industry, cars and climate change.