Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is changing up his top management team.
AT&T offered consumers "unlimited" data, but slowed Internet speeds after a certain amount...
This edition looks at Sony’s plans for a comeback and the home battery from Mercedes-Benz.
"This isn't science fiction," Luckey said of the Rift. "This is reality."
Musk asked utility executives to partner with him to deliver more reliable power to homes.
Apple showed off a host of new software features for its iPhones, iPads and Mac computers.
It can create amazing experiences that straddle augmented and virtual reality.
Apple also said it's cutting through a backlog of online orders.
The toys engage kids interested in an online component while keeping them active.
The new products could be an important step for the emerging industry of "smart" homes.
Although they are designed to simplify our lives, they also pose data security risks.
Microsoft Corp. says Windows 10 will be available in 190 countries as a free upgrade.
My breakdown (in tweets) of the #GoogleIO2015 event.
Android Wear got its biggest update yet, appearing first in the LG Watch Urbane.
Drivers will soon be able to connect their smartwatches to their cars.
Some pranksters are using the glitch to crash other peoples' phones.
Nearly every major automaker will begin offering CarPlay or Android Auto by 2016.
Meet the app that lets you see a fish's backstory while in the supermarket aisle.
The role, a newly created position within Apple, will establish Ive's leadership.
The news comes ahead of Apple's worldwide developers conference.
The ruling appears to negate $382 million of what the jury originally awarded to Apple.
The Army is looking into new regulations as smartwatches become more popular.
I remain hesitant about the many expert reports that predict our future.
Samsung wants to sell the digital brains that will go into billions of "smart" home appliances, industrial sensors and other Internet-connected gadgets — even if the gadgets aren't made by Samsung.
Think of it as a Swiss Army knife with a collection of tools that don't seem necessary — until you find yourself using them.
“Permanent or temporary changes to your skin, such as some tattoos, can also impact heart rate sensor performance,” Apple wrote.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the taptic engine made by China-based AAC Technologies Holdings breaks down over time, which forced the tech giant to scrap some already-completed watches.
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