In rare remarks to foreign media, Ren Zhengfei says his telecommunications equipment company is independently owned and would not give China user data. Experts disagree.
A new book argues that parents should play video games together and include their children on social media, the better to teach them ethical ways of interacting in the digital world.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation announced a second pilot program Tuesday after a report found more than half of Portlanders have a positive view of the scooters.
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Federal regulations haven't kept up with technology, say drone operators and enthusiasts. Now the Department of Transportation is proposing to allow drones to fly over cities and at night.
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Iran says its intentions are peaceful, but the U.S. worries the planned launches are really about developing weapons — specifically, intercontinental ballistic missiles.
How do virtual assistants like Alexa affect children's learning experiences? Some experts say easy answers delivered by technology can hurt the development of problem-solving skills in kids.
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Germany is Europe's largest economy and engineering giant, but is in danger of losing its edge because of sluggish Internet connections. Chancellor Angela Merkel has promised to speed things up.
The suspect told police he acted alone in publishing information stolen from accounts related to Chancellor Angela Merkel and other politicians. As for a motive, he said he was annoyed.
Robert Habeck says he left Twitter after he was hacked, but he also says the platform has made him more "polemic".
The U.S. Army is looking for recruits in new places like Instagram and e-sports tournaments. NPR's Leila Fadel asked Gen. Frank Muth, head of the Army Recruiting Command, about the new strategies.
Four months into its testing phase, the Ocean Cleanup's plastic-catching device isn't catching as much plastic as intended.