Facebook on Friday reversed its decision to remove postings of an iconic 1972 image of a naked, screaming girl running from a napalm attack in Vietnam, after a Norwegian revolt against the tech giant.
Ford Motor Co. is buying an app-based shuttle service and partnering with a bike-share company as part of its ongoing effort to expand its traditional business.
Amazon wants to be under the Christmas tree this year. It's cut the price of its new Fire tablet almost in half and added its popular voice assistant, Alexa, in hopes of making it a hot holiday item, despite a slump in overall tablet sales.
Japanese aviation authorities on Friday followed their U.S. counterparts by urging passengers not to turn on or charge Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones on aircraft following reports of explosions from faulty batteries.
Apple shares slipped on Thursday after the unveiling of a new iPhone failed to ignite investor enthusiasm in the tech giant.
California and federal regulators fined Wells Fargo a combined US$185 million on Thursday, alleging the bank's employees illegally opened millions of unauthorized accounts for their customers in order to meet aggressive sales goals.
A team at Google parent Alphabet working on unmanned aerial systems this month will try delivering burritos by drone on a college campus in Virginia.
Airbnb on Thursday apologized for its slow response to accusations of racism and outlined new policies to combat the problem, including reducing the prominence of photos in the booking process.
Google on Thursday announced a deal to pay US$625 million for Apigee, a firm specializing in managing the application programming interfaces, or APIs, that businesses use to connect with customers online.
Plastic bottles in Taiwan produced up to 30,000 tonnes of waste this summer, the equivalent to 200 million iPhone 6s, a study produced by water filtration company Brita found.