Google announced Monday it will offer its personal assistant app “Google Now” to users of Apple devices.
Orbiting data centers which cluster together space-based servers are under development by engineers.
As if Apple didn’t have enough problems, data suggests their tablet lead is shriveling even amid strong iPad sales.
Apple shares plummeted more than 5 percent Wednesday after a supplier warned of its own lower profits ahead.
Austin, Texas will be the next U.S. city to be hooked by Google up with blazing-fast, gigabit-speed Internet service.
Apple has faced a barrage of negative publicity on state-run TV in China — some say pre-arranged.
While Google continues to clean house, the Internet was upset to find they’ve axed everyone’s favorite RSS reader.
Google showed off their highly-anticipated Google Glass at this week’s South by Southwest conference.
A new smartphone app — and a $70 dongle for your car — can diagnose your whip’s woes without a trip to your shady mechanic or weird “cousin.”
A new app allows iPhone users to stream live video of any public space, any time from anywhere.
Mozilla hopes to drum up some healthy competition with Apple and Google later this year by releasing their widely anticipated Firefox OS smartphone.
China’s army controls a network of cutting-edge hackers, according to a report Tuesday by a U.S. Internet security firm.
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook reflects on the company’s sinking stocks as rumors continue to spread about possible new products.
President Barack Obama signed an executive order designed to better protect critical infrastructure from computer hackers.
Should actual code be required for a software patent? You might be surprised to hear even experts don’t agree on the answer.