Any Beshear, the governor of Kentucky announced a $203 million investment in expanding the states broadband services. This comes in part of an effort to close Kentucky's digital divide.
A number of factors ranging from inflation to hiring freezes to industry-wide pressures have caused Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to lose significant value.
A former employee of the NFT marketplace OpenSea is accused of using insider information to purchase NFTs before they were featured on the company's homepage.
An NFT collection being auctioned features five original art pieces by Beatles drummer Ringo Starr, including two paintings, one self-portrait and two hybrid works.
Encrypted messaging app Telegram has become the “digital forefront” of the Ukraine-Russia war, according to cybersecurity researchers.
Rally aims to provide a variety of assets for investment on its platform, including whiskey, baseball cards and comic books.
Some buyers have claimed to have waited about a year for the title, well over the 30 days allowed by law in some states for a company to provide the documents
The company argued that it wanted to help remove the stigma around naked breasts, which some people have tied to the "Free the Nipple" campaign.
The expansion of online betting into New York, as well as the overall increase in states that legalized betting, has helped the number of bets surge this year.
A "pregnant man" emoji and "pregnant person" emoji are coming to Apple iPhones with its latest update, iOS 15.4.
Several retailers, including CVS, Macy's and Walgreens, have announced the closure of locations in various cities, citing a number of factors from changing consumer attitudes and future health needs to issues with spikes in crime.
Fox News gets an exclusive look at Intel's new semiconductor project in Arizona.
Republicans and Democrats clashed over Section 230 again on Wednesday, with Democrats arguing that Big Tech platforms should be held liable for causing "severe emotional injury" and Republicans arguing they should be held liable for censoring certain speech.
New data from Adobe tracking sales since the start of November found consumers increased online spending by around 20% compared to the same period last year.
Comcast customers reported Xfinity outages in major cities across the U.S. on Tuesday morning.
An Australian privacy commission determined that 7-Eleven breached customer privacy by collecting facial imagery without consent.
Back Bay Baptist Church in St. Martin announced at the end of September that it would accept digital currencies after COVID-19 made it difficult to collect traditional payments.
A new report claims that former employees of online platform OnlyFans retained access to sensitive data from some users long after leaving the company.
Tech experts are highlighting privacy concerns with Google’s Android smartphones, which have sensors that track not only users’ locations, but movements throughout the day, as well.
Facebook recognizes how harmful its photo-sharing app, Instagram, can be for teen girls' self-esteem, according to company documents obtained by The Wall Street Journal.