Yelpers can now view restaurants' health grades directly on the popular reviews site, thanks to a partnership between Yelp and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.
Two Lego nerds have taken their passion to new levels by building a car using more than 500,000 toy blocks and a few real auto parts.
A new project posted on crowdfunding website Indiegogo is hoping to bring man and his best friend closer together with a device that can read a dog's thoughts and turn them into words.
The redesigned Mac Pro has gone on sale, but good luck getting one anytime soon: Apple won't ship any until February.
South Korea rivals Samsung and LG are squaring off again, this time when it comes to gigantic televisions with curved screens.
SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg is offering more than 41 million shares of Facebook stock to the public as part of a follow-on offering worth about $3.9 billion.
Vine will begin letting users register for custom website URLs, like the ones they can already get on Twitter and Facebook, on Monday.
SAN FRANCISCO -- You can add all the apps in the world to that phone in the palm of your hand.
LG is the latest tech company to announce a computer running Chrome OS, the Google operating system designed to rival Microsoft Windows.
Embarrassed that you can't remember the lyrics to Christmas carols? Google has come to the rescue.
Apple is set to finally begin selling its new Mac Pro desktop after months of teasing the redesigned and American-built computer.
Apple has announced its top apps of 2013, and they include addictive games, a free language learning service and an app that shows how users' favorite Disney movies were animated.
Facebook has said that it is within its terms of service to see what users are typing even when the status or comment is never posted on the social network.
Christmas is just about a week away, so if you need a last-minute tech gift idea, here are a few.
The next time you log into your Facebook account, there's a good chance you could run into a video ad that will begin playing automatically.
Donating to charities on Facebook will now be as easy as "liking" their posts and pages.
Google has bought its latest robotics company, this time purchasing Boston Dynamics -- the maker of YouTube-famous four-legged robots that look a lot like dogs and wild cats.
Two mobile developers have created "Glass Hunt," a "Duck Hunt"-style shooter game for Google Glass that shows the high-tech eyewear's potential as a gaming platform.
Twitter is reportedly testing a timeline that shows tweets that were sent from a nearby location.
Amazon.com is continuing to offer customers new deals on its Kindle Fire HDX tablets, with the most recent promotion giving consumers the option of paying for the gadget in four no-interest installments.
Wearable gadgets, smartphones and new game consoles defined technology in 2013. That's why it's no surprise they make up the bulk of our top 10 devices of the year.
The LG G Flex isn't available in the United States, but it could be a preview of what's to come in the world of smartphones.
Sprint Nextel Corp. is reportedly working on a bid for T-Mobile in a deal that could combine the No. 3 and No. 4 wireless carriers.
The iPhone 5c is available for less than ever: Best Buy is selling the Apple device for $1 when users trade in any working smartphone on Friday and Saturday.
Enraged that Fisher-Price has started selling an iPad baby seat, a Boston-based consumer group has launched a campaign to get the product yanked off the market.
Yahoo's email service outage, or what has come to be known on Twitter as #YahooMailFail, is entering its fifth day and continues to keep some users from accessing their messages.
There appears to be no better way to get your current company to show just how much it loves you than by becoming the source of rumors that you're in the running to be the next CEO of Microsoft.
Is it any surprise Justin Bieber had the most liked photo on Instagram?
The iPhone 5s has been the top-selling smartphone at each of the four U.S. carriers since launching in September.
SAN FRANCISCO -- In a quick reversal, Twitter has rolled back most of the controversial changes it made to its “block” feature after a sharp outcry from users.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Twitter has caused an uproar with a controversial change to its blocking policy.
The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission said a deal has been reached between the agency and mobile carriers that will make smartphone unlocking legal.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Facebook shares rose Thursday on news that the giant social network will be added to the Standard & Poor’s 500 index next week.