We use social media to document our lives. But what happens to your posts, pictures and tweets when you die? CNN Tech Correspondent and "Mostly Human" host Laurie Segall explains what happens to your accounts when you're no longer around.
Pinchas Gutter is a Holocaust survivor. Researchers at the USC Shoah Foundation are preserving his memory by turning him into an interactive video. CNNTech's Sara O'Brien sits down with the digital survivor.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer launched USAFacts to bring "transparency to your tax dollars."
Zwift takes indoor bicycle training to the next level by letting you ride with other users in a virtual world.
A group of protesters demonstrated in favor of net neutrality rules Thursday by interrupting the FCC's chairman with a live rendition of Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up."
Technology uses energy. Switching to renewable sources might not be an option for everyone, but there are still some ways to reduce your carbon footprint while living a high-tech lifestyle.
CNNTech's Peter Valdes-Dapena and Lucid Motors CTO Peter Rawlinson go for a ride in the prototype Lucid Air, to see if the luxury electric car maker can give Tesla a run for its money.
Chowbotics has created a machine that lets hungry customers choose custom salads with a touchscreen. But is it the future of food delivery or just a glorified vending machine?
Imagine sending an email without using your fingers. At its F8 developer conference, Facebook announced an initiative working towards the ability to type directly from your brain.