New wearable computers are drawing concerns from some about policy and privacy issues. Others say such worries stem primarily from a fear of change. Discussions continue about the appropriate place for such technology in varied social situations.
Electronic Arts, or EA, is dialing back its support for the ailing Nintendo Wii U console.
A letter from eight lawmakers poses a series of questions about Google Glass, the forthcoming Google spectacles.
Google Glass likely won't arrive until 2014. But tester units of Google's portable hardware are already making the rounds among a specially-selected crowd.
What does it take to get as many followers as Newark Mayor Cory Booker or State Department official Alec Ross? Many politicians struggle as they discover that's not all Twitter is about.
Sentences for the four LulzSec 'hacktivists' ranged from a 20-month suspended sentence to 32 months in prison.
A roundup of news from the first day of the Google I/O developers conference.
As social media becomes more pervasive, local officials have seen their constituents use social networking sites as tools for community building and political discourse.
At the I/O developers conference this week, Google rolled out a Spotify-like music platform called All Access.
For Windows 8.1, will Microsoft revive the Start button?
First released in 1976, Atari Breakout is finally getting the Google easter egg it has long deserved.
The HTC First, the so-called 'Facebook Phone,' could soon be axed by AT&T, according to a new report.
But how does the new Google Drive system compare to the services provided by Dropbox?
But the Nokia Lumia 928 is exclusive to Verizon Wireless in the US, whereas the Lumia 920 was exclusive to AT&T.
A new report indicates that Amazon is working on a smart phone – possibly dubbed the 'Kindle Phone' – with a holographic display.
AT&T has joined T-Mobile and other companies offering a no-contract plan, but keep an eye on the fine print.
AT&T has dropped the price of the HTC First from 100 bucks to 99 cents (with a contract, of course).
Reports indicated that Facebook is in talks to buy Waze, an Israeli-based maker of GPS and mapping apps, for a whopping $1 billion.
Saul Bass had a huge role in modern design. Today's Google doodle pays homage to some of his work, but it only scratches the surface. The man, who would have turned 93 on Wednesday, created some of Hollywood's most iconic opening credits and corporate America's most recognizable logos.
Directed by Saul Bass, who is celebrated Wednesday with a Google Doodle, the 1974 sci-fi flick 'Phase IV,' depicts ants developing a superior intelligence.