Google will begin selling a basic version of its Project Ara modular smartphone in January, the company said this week.
Many of the world's top phone manufacturers, including Apple and Samsung, announced that they have committed to include basic anti-theft tools for smartphones made after July 2015 for sale in the U.S.
Microsoft has sneaked Clippy, one of its most beloved and hated characters, into the latest version of its mobile software.
The largest tech IPO of the year will come from a company that many Americans have never heard of.
Adding pictures into a Gmail message will now be faster than ever thanks to a new feature introduced Tuesday that lets users quickly upload photos that have been backed up from their smartphones.
Google has applied for a patent that details a way to fit a camera into a contact lens.
Not sure what to spend that tax refund on? Well, Google has an idea.
With the Galaxy S5, Samsung proves that less can be more.
Google has acquired New Mexico-based drone maker Titan Aerospace, the company said on Monday.
The president of the OpenSSL Foundation said the organization needs more support from companies and governments that use its software so that it can be better equipped to spot and fix flawed pieces of code such as the Heartbleed bug.
T-Mobile is on the offensive against its rivals again, calling for the top U.S. wireless carriers to end their use of overage fees.
The basketball court at UCLA's Pauley Pavilion was teeming with young hackers this weekend as students descended on the school for the second annual LA Hacks event.
The week seemed to start off on a triumphant note for hot Silicon Valley start-up Dropbox. The company held a media event Wednesday to unveil a slew of new applications designed to demonstrate its expanding vision as it marches closer to an anticipated initial public offering.
After years of rumors, Amazon.com could finally be getting into the smartphone business.
The National Security Agency denied a report that it has exploited the "Heartbleed" bug to spy on consumers for the past two years.
Salesforce.com announced Friday that it will be the main tenant in a 61-story building under construction in San Francisco.
Sony is issuing a warning to users of its Vaio Fit 11A, telling them to stop using the laptops because the batteries could overheat and catch fire.
The global wearable computing market is rapidly expanding beyond early-adopter status.
With the arrival of the Amazon Fire TV, the heat is turning up in the market for video-streaming devices.
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If you've been unsuccessful getting your hands on a pair of Google Glass, now's your chance.
Over the last couple of days, the word "Heartbleed" has entered the popular lexicon thanks a gaping hole discovered in a commonly used piece of security software.