Google Warns Of Phishing Scam That Impersonates Google DocsGoogle says it has disabled offending accounts, removed fake pages and updated its Safe Browsing feature.
Verizon To Take 'Oath' As New Company To Run Yahoo, AOLThe Yahoo and AOL brands are expected to survive.
Family Blames Apple's FaceTime In Suit Over Fatal CrashA couple whose 5-year-old daughter died in a crash involving a driver who was allegedly using Apple's FaceTime video chatting app is suing the tech company.
FAA Issues Warning To Samsung Galaxy Note 7 OwnersLithium batteries are used in thousands of devices made by scores of companies. They're generally safe, but under the right conditions a dangerous chemical reaction occurs.
iPhone Users: Update Now To Protect Your Device From SpywareA newly discovered form of spyware could allow hackers to access your information. It's easy to block.
Microsoft Touts Smaller, Faster Xbox One Game Consoles At E3Microsoft unveiled during its Monday media briefing at the Electronic Entertainment Expo a new, slimmer version of the video game console coming later this year and a more powerful one that's due in 2017.
Twitter Tweaking Its 140-Character Limit To Allow Users To Express MoreThe company says user names and image links will soon be taken out of a Tweet's total character count.
Google Unveils Smart-Home Speaker, VR System, Chat ServiceGoogle is showing off a new smart-home speaker, a virtual-reality system called Daydream and a chat service called Allo.
Apple Unveils New Smaller iPhone, iPad For Business UseApple unveiled a small new iPhone, a new iPad tablet for business use and price cuts for its Apple Watch at a product event Monday.
Only On 2: USC Graduate Students Work To Improve Drone Technologies Yohanna Hanna is a Ph.D student who is part of the USC research team not only trying to make drones perform better, but also trying to make them the size of a bird.
From Love And Laughter To Sadness, Facebook Tests Emoticons In Spain, IrelandFacebook is testing out a new way for users to express themselves with emojis called "Reactions."
Text Messaging Scam: Woman's Identity Used To Report Robbery, Rape To FriendAs the conversation unfolded, "Amanda" recounted a terrifying night when a man who appeared to be homeless held her at gunpoint, forced her to undress and then raped her in a dark alleyway.