Samsung Faces Class Action Lawsuit Over Note7 Smartphones
Owners are seeking damages for having to pay charges on contract after being told to power down their phones while waiting for a replacement.
Inside the Star Trek Mission New York Convention
ABC News' Michael Rothman takes us inside the special Star Trek event celebrating this show's 50th anniversary.
New Features in Apple's MacBook
The latest version of the MacBook will be thinner, and will include touch screen capabilities and improved graphics.
New Entertainment From Netflix
The streaming video service is in the midst of adding dozens of new shows and movies.
Texas District OKs $62.8M High School Stadium Center
A North Texas school district has gotten the green light to break ground on what will be one of the most expensive high school stadiums in the U.S. Voters there approved, by 62 percent, a $220 million bond program on Saturday that included a little more than $50 million for a new 12,000-seat high
Apple Upgrades MacBook Laptop
Tech-giant Apple have updated the MacBook making it thinner and lighter than ever.
UT Austin Murder: How the Investigation Into the Death of Student Haruka Weiser Unfolded
The suspect in the murder of 18-year-old University of Texas at Austin student Haruka Weiser was arrested Friday, with the help from tips witnesses called into police. Weiser was found dead in Waller Creek on Tuesday, April 5, the victim of assault, after disappearing two days earlier and Meechaiel
Apple at 40: People, Products and Moments That Shaped the Company
Happy Birthday, Apple! On April 1, 1976 -- 40 years ago today -- Steve Jobs , Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne formed Apple Computer , a company that would one day transcend computers -- changing the way we communicate, create and connect, and even reshaping the foundation of the recording industry.
'10% Happier' with Dan Harris
Dan Harris sits down with author and speaker Gretchen Rubin to talk about mindfulness, breaking bad habits and finding better routines.
CES 2016: The Biggest Takeaways on the Future of Tech
The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is a technology nerd's playground -- and this year it was bigger than ever. There were more than 3,600 exhibitors spread across 2.47 million-square-feet this year. The Consumer Technology Association, which hosts the annual trade show, said the show