For years, Apple was the innovative leader in personal computers. Not anymore.

The company’s Family Link software for managing children’s Android phones can be undone the instant a young user turns 13.

After rigorous testing of brewing and grinding equipment for coffee, here are the results.

The Japanese technology and media giant, which owns stakes in several of Uber’s competitors, is also considering putting money into the American ride-hailing service.

Darling of YouTube and the art world circuit, he hits his stride with pointillist celebrity portraits made from emoji.

A company known for its software and its failure to make good gadgets is making advances in personal computers. Consider the ingenuity of the Surface Studio big-screen desktop.

Thanks to the app’s ability to download interactive maps, you can still see where you’re going without having to be online.

The American tech behemoth may be seeking to tailor its widely used voice recognition system to an Australian audience.

iRobot, the company that makes the Roomba robotic vacuum, is considering selling the mapping data the devices collect to a company like Google or Amazon.

Silicon Valley takes aim at the president again, this time over his ban of transgender people in the US military.