European regulators push Facebook to tighten user privacy rules
Watchdog groups claim the company collected data through third-party sites without users' consent.
Manufactured controversy puts Netflix's future at Cannes in doubt
The festival's new stance is going to make it much harder for streaming services to compete.
French candidate hacked just before presidential election
Does this sound familiar to anyone?
Germany confronts Russia over election hacking
The head of German domestic intelligence warns Russia against interference.
Prepare for the world's first nanocar race this month
You're going to need better binoculars.
Facebook adds 'educational' guide to counter fake news
It's certainly easier than actually addressing the issue.
Bipartisan bill aims to curb warrantless phone searches at the border
The proposal requires border agents obtain court permission before searching.
First Unity-built cartoon proves the engine isn't just for games
'Mr. Carton' is a big step for the game engine's use in film.
Facebook and Google tackle fake news ahead of French elections
The tech companies teamed with major news organizations on a series of verification tools.