At the Computex trade show in Taipei, Taiwan, the electronics manufacturer Asus debuted Zenbo, their $599 home robot that moves independently, understands spoken commands.
Amazon's digital assistant program, Alexa, has a new feature that makes it available on browsers. It could integrate further in the future.
The Bigelow Expandable Activity Module, or BEAM, barely expanded during Thursday's first inflation attempt. On Saturday, NASA tried again.
A federal jury sided with Google in a long-running copyright battle with rival Oracle on Thursday, saying its use of Oracle's code to create its Android software was 'fair use.'
By creating the first underwater cable to connect the United States with southern Europe, the tech giants are joining Google in developing networks to better move massive amounts of data around the globe.
The tech giant created a list that ranks Android partners who keep the operating system most up-to-date, while excluding from the list partners who don't.
Venture capitalist Peter Thiel has confirmed that he covered the costs of Hogan's lawsuit against Gawker after news reports identified him as the covert financier.
More misogynistic tweets originate from women than from men, according to a new study by British think tank Demos.
As whale watching season approaches, more boat captains are finding that a new smartphone app is better at helping them avoid hitting whales than outdated equipment.
Facebook said it had found no evidence of 'systematic political bias' in its trending news feed. But it is changing how it chooses news, offering insight into its algorithm.
Tweeters can now add photos or mentions without having them counted in the 140 character limit. Is Twitter trying to get more visual to mimic Instagram's success?
OtterBox's modular design lets smartphone users remove and replace components, suggesting the potential for more customizable personal tech in the future.