Facebook, Instagram Additions You Need to Know About
Two new features announced today on the social networks.
How Technology Companies Are Pitching in After Nepal Earthquake
Silicon Valley is trying to reunite loved ones after Nepal earthquake.
What You Need to Know About Apple Watch
Apple's "most personal" device ever launches today.
Groups Want Review of Shell's Arctic Regulatory Filings
Advocacy groups seek SEC investigation of Shell regulatory filings on Arctic offshore drilling
Apple's Mac Is Selling Strong, iPad Not So Much
While Apple's iPhone is still the headliner, its supporting players turn in mixed results
Forget the Watch: Apple's iPhones Are Still the Main Event
Apple's latest earnings blow-out shows iPhone is still the engine behind company's success
Applied Materials' Tokyo Electron Deal Ends in DOJ Roadblock
Applied Materials scraps $9.4B Tokyo Electron buyout, citing Justice Department's concerns
High Court to Consider Lawsuits Over Personal Data
Supreme Court will consider lawsuits against Web sites that publish inaccurate personal data
ESPN Suing Verizon Over Unbundling of Its Sports Channel
ESPN sues Verizon to raise stakes in showdown over unbundling of pay-TV channels
T-Rex's Vegetarian Relative Discovered in Chile
Platypus-like dinosaur had some unusual traits.
SpaceX Dragon Gets Ready For Crucial Launch Test
Dragon capsule could one day carry astronauts to International Space Station.
4 Cheaper Apple Watch Alternatives
Apple makes wearing a watch cool again -- and that's good news for competitors.
Twitter Update Lets Anyone Send You a Private Message
New update lets users communicate privately without following each other.
Snapchat Reveals How Often Law Enforcement Asked for Data
Snapchat releases first ever transparency report.
NASA: Death Star May Have Shredded Planet
The event occurred at the edge of the Milky Way.
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: Techbytes: Tech Giants Lend a Hand After Nepal Earthquake Disaster
Facebook, Google aim to help friends and family check on status of their loved ones.
Watch: Massive Lines for Apple Watch Release
Apple fans camped out on the sidewalk to get their watches.
Watch: Google Launches 'Project Fi'
Google debuts "Project Fi' service that allows users to jog between wireless networks.
Watch: iPhone Users Can Now Make Calls Using WhatsApp
Apple iPhone users now have the option to use the WhatsApp calling feature.
Watch: Twitter Expanding Its Direct Messaging Feature
Users can now send private messages to anyone on the site, even if they are not following each other.
Watch: Detroit Zoo Has a Powerful Plan
The zoo is planning to turn manure into reusable energy.
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: Astronaut Shows Surprising View of Earth
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: Piglets Learn How to Eat
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.
Photos: 1st iPhone Prototypes Revealed
Court documents reveal photos of early iPhone prototypes
Photos: 10 Women Who Broke the Glass Ceiling
Marissa Mayer, new Yahoo CEO, is the latest woman to lead a major company.
Photos: Facebook's IPO Anniversary
Facebook held its initial public offering a year ago today, raising $16 billion.