After the OpenSSL flaw, nicknamed 'Heartbleed,' potentially exposed over two-thirds of websites to hackers, a group of major tech companies such as Amazon, Google, and Facebook, are donating funds to improve open-source security systems.
Samsung Galaxy S5 product line may be splitting in two, if new rumors prove true. A premium version with a better screen and processor could soon be released.
iOS 7.1.1 update hints at future Apple product features that may ameliorate a slow quarter for revenue.
"Forget the Delorean," Google Street View product managers say: Google is now offering visual "time travel." Users can now click back through the visual history of sites around the world using Street View.
Home cooks now have 'sous vide' tools of their own. Sansaire costs just $200.
Google presents a challenge to nonprofits in hopes of proving further uses for its controversial Glass wearable tech.
After two bombs ripped through the finish line at the 2013 Boston Marathon, Adrianne Haslet-Davis, a ballroom dance teacher, lost her left leg from the knee down. About 200 days later, she danced the rhumba thanks to a prosthetic bionic limb created by researchers at MIT – an innovation that could improve the lives of amputees for years to come.
Google gave Googlers a view into its imagined menagerie on Tuesday with a Google Doodle that celebrates Earth Day with illustrations of the moon jellyfish, Rufous hummingbird, veiled chameleon, Japanese macaque, puffer fish, and dung beetle.
Samsung adds speed-reading app Spritz to Galaxy S5 smart phone.
Apple's CarPlay will let drivers communicate hands-free.
Want to know where your Facebook friends are? A new optional feature lets you and your friends find each other via location-tracking technology on the Facebook app.
Zynga hopes to turn around years of decreasing revenue with "FarmVille 2: Country Escape," an app for iOS and Android. Will its foray into mobile-first social gaming bring home the bacon?
There has been a lot of talk recently about how the 'next 5 billion' consumers will get smart phones and get online. Google is aiming to bring a cheap, customizable smart phone to the masses with Project Ara, set to go on sale in January 2015.
4K TV sets can watch 'House of Cards' in ultra high definition. But will Netflix's 4K gambit be enough to get consumers to latch onto this nascent technology?
Twitter is hoping that analyzing your 140 characters will bring in big money. The social media site announced it bought social analytics firm Gnip Tuesday, adding to its growing nest of data companies.
Just a month after Facebook was rumored to purchase Titan Aerospace, Google announced it snatched up the solar-powered drone company in order to bring Internet access to the rural masses.