Edward Snowden tells hackers to 'work as adversaries' to find holes in security and fix them.
CEO Marissa Mayer was 'not satisfied' with Yahoo's results, but investors cheered the news that the company is holding on to more of Alibaba than it initially planned to.
Japan is leading the robot revolution with realistic androids and humanoids that can help care for your aging parents, console you after a stressful day, or even watch your kids.
Two women worked together at a company acquired by Yahoo. Now one of them is suing her superior saying she was 'coerced' to have sexual relations.
Think smartwatches sound cool, but don't know how you'd actually use one? You're not alone. Get up close with the new Samsung Gear Live. It's got tricks, but be prepared to start talking into your wrist.
Recent events have thrust safety into focus for Bay Area sex workers.
Lyft is facing legal challenges in New York City where taxi regulators say the ride sharing service is not authorized to operate. Lyft Co-founder John Zimmer says the 'rules were written decades ago.' Laurie Segall reports.
One step closer to unmanned aerial vehicles delivering your online orders, Amazon asked the Federal Aviation Administration for permission to test the drones on its property.
The Federal Trade Commission insists that Amazon knew it was charging minors for games without parental consent, and that internal emails call the situation a 'house on fire.'