Inside the Candy Crush Kingdom as It Prepares to Create 2,000th Level
ABC News gets a tour of the cartoonish Candy Crush office in Sweden.
Federal Judge Orders Woman to Unlock iPhone Using Her Fingerprint
It's the latest twist in ongoing conflicts over encryption.
Satellite That Hunts for Black Holes in Space Is Lost
Japan is ceasing attempts to revive its $273 million Hitomi satellite.
Researchers Say They're Closing in on Captain Cook's Ship
Researchers say they believe the ship that legendary explorer Captain James Cook used to sail around the world is still...
Tribune Publishing Rejects Gannett Offer
Tribune Publishing rejects Gannett's more than $388 million bid
Robot Stitches Tissue by Itself, a Step to More Automated OR
Scientists have created a robotic system that stitched up tissue in living animals without a real doctor pulling the strings
Critics Question Mine Exploration Near Alaska Eagle Preserve
Mineral exploration upstream of the Alaska Chilkat Bald Eagle Reserve is raising concerns among wildlife advocates
Laboratory Advance Provides View of Early Embryo Development
New lab techniques have provided the first good look at a crucial but mysterious stage in the development of human embryos,...
Man Claiming to Be Bitcoin Founder to Provide Further Proof
Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright, the man who came forward as bitcoin's founder on Monday, now says that he will provide...
Apple Loses Chinese Lawsuit Over iPhone Name
Apple Inc. has lost a legal fight with a Chinese company that a Beijing court says is allowed to use the iPhone name on...
Digital Spring Cleaning: 4 'Cyber Hygiene' Tips to Stay Safe
Spring is a great time to clear out your digital clutter and make sure that you're adequately protected against hackers
Facebook Rewards 10-Year-Old With $10K for Finding Instagram Bug
The boy is believed to be the youngest person ever rewarded by program.
Mercury Set to Cross the Sun in Rare Celestial Event
Planet's transit will be visible to some people.
Intel Says Reports of the Death of Moore's Law Greatly Exaggerated
Is the standard for advancing computing power coming to an end?
Bar Offers Escape Plan for Bad Tinder Dates
The bar can "discretely move them away."
Facebook's WhatsApp Turns on Encryption for 1 Billion Users
In the wake of Apple vs. FBI, WhatsApp completes encryption rollout.
Lonely Planet Unattached to a Star Found in Deep Space
The planet is believed to be five to ten times the mass of Jupiter.
How to Adjust the Filter Strength in Your Instagram Photos
Ability to adjust filter strength and more in latest update.
Is the Word 'Mormon' Really Trademarked?
The Church of Latter-Day Saints is in a dispute with a Mormon dating site.
Rich, Thriving, Busy: Where Hot Or Not's Co-Founders Are Today
Jim Young and James Hong are alive, well, rich and dabbling in new media.
Remember Those Embarrassing Myspace Photos? Myspace Does ...
Maybe you shouldn't have posted them in the first place.
Is Air Travel Becoming 'for Rich People' Only?
Rising costs of airfare may price out travelers in the future.
WhatsApp's Co-founder Is Upset About Apple's New Messaging Features
In today’s Worldwide Developer Conference, Apple rolled out a few new features for its iMessage app, including audio and...
Watch: Google's Next Self-Driving Vehicle is a Minivan
Google and Fiat Chrysler are teaming up to make a self-driving minivan.
Watch: Vulnerabilities Discovered Within Samsung's Smart Home Platform
Researchers have discovered flaws in Samsung's Smart Home automation system.
Watch: Facebook Comes to Windows 10
Tech-giant launches new Windows 10 Facebook app for PCs and tablets.
Watch: Uber Testing Higher Fees for Passengers
The ride-sharing service is also reducing the window of time that a passenger can cancel a car without penalty.
Watch: Look Out! New Traffic Lights Aimed to Protect Smartphone Users
A special set of traffic lights have been installed for downward-looking pedestrians.
Watch: Elon Musk Could Send SpaceX Unmanned Mission to Mars by 2018
The privately held space company announced plans to send one of its Dragon spacecraft on a test flight to the Red Planet,...
Watch: Facebook Quarterly Revenue Soars More Than 50%
The quarterly results exceeded expectations, showing the company's ability to grow.
Photos: The Playstation 4 and Xbox One, Back to Back
Learn about the latest video game systems from Sony and Microsoft.
Photos: Windows 8.1: Microsoft's Big Update Explained in Photos
Small tweaks and additions improve Microsoft's tablet and computer operating sys
Photos: Nokia Through The Years
Which phone did you own?
Photos: 3D Print Everything
The most unbelievable objects made with a 3D printer.
Photos: Google Doodle Celebrates Leo Tolstoy's 186th Birthday
Google pays homage to the author's classics in a doodle slideshow.
Photos: Moto X: Motorola's Made-in-America Smartphone
How the Moto X is made.
Photos: Best Supermoon Pics From Around the World
The moon on its elliptical orbit is at its closest point to earth.
Photos: Google I/O in Photos
Google announced updates to maps and new music and messaging services.
Photos: Seahorse Armor Inspire Robotic Designs
Seahorse Armor Inspire Robotic Designs
Photos: Postcards From Mars
Opportunity rover still going after 8 years on Martian surface.
Photos: Build Your Own Cellphone
Build Your Own Cellphone
Photos: Facebook Home and HTC First in Photos
A look at Facebook's new software and the first phone to run it.
Photos: Mars Rover Cuts Into Rock
Mars Curiosity rover looks for chemical signs of past life.
Photos: Tech Toys of the 1990s
Remember These? Some of the best '90s Tech Toys.
Photos: SXSW: Geeks Hit Up Austin
Enthusiasts check out the latest in emerging technology.
Photos: A Unique View of Morocco From Space
Spacecraft telescopes offer rare looks at the solar system and beyond.
Photos: BlackBerry Past: Which Did You Own?
BlackBerry dominated for years, then was beaten by iPhone and Android.
Photos: 4 Baby Lemurs Make Their Debut at Philadelphia Zoo
Absolutely adorable baby animals!
Photos: Behind Microsoft's New Tablet
Microsoft Surface: Behind Microsoft's New Tablet
Photos: Inside Google
A look behind the scenes at the physical heart of the Internet.