NASA Data Shows 2016 Was Warmest Year on Record Globally
It was the third straight year to set a new record for global temperatures.
Appeals Court Denies Full Hearing in Data Surveillance Case
A federal appeals court in New York has decided not to rehear a panel's decision letting companies like Microsoft refuse to...
Plan to Run Pipeline Through Pinelands Gets Public Hearing
As jobs-versus-environment clashes go, few issues have been as hard fought and generated as much passion in New Jersey as a...
Cyberconscripts: Baltic Draftees Can Choose IT Over Infantry
The tiny Baltic nation of Estonia is experimenting the idea of cyberconscription, giving draftees with tech skills the chance...
Saudi Arabia Warns Destructive Computer Virus Has Returned
Saudi Arabia is warning that a computer virus that destroyed the systems of its state-run oil company in 2012 has returned
Amazon Moves to Avoid EU Fines Over Publishing Contracts
Amazon has agreed to change parts of its e-book contracts with publishers in an effort to avoid EU fines for anti-competitive...
French Internet Censorship Rose Sharply in 2016
France's interior minister says authorities have blocked or ordered search engines to de-list hundreds of websites in 2016, a...
iPhone Assembler Foxconn May Invest $7B in US Display Plant
The Taiwanese company that assembles iPhones and other electronics, is considering investing $7 billion in a plant in the...
US Fights Microsoft's Bid to Tell Users When Feds Take Data
The U.S. Justice Department asked a federal judge on Monday to throw out a lawsuit filed by Microsoft that seeks to quash a...
'Net Neutrality' Foe Ajit Pai Is New FCC Head
President Donald Trump has picked a fierce critic of the Obama-era "net neutrality" rules as the head of the Federal...
Yahoo's 4Q Shows Modest Strides Amid Security Breach Fallout
Yahoo's financial performance improved slightly during the fourth quarter while the company dealt with the fallout from...
Twilio's Big Day on Wall Street
San Francisco company makes the software that lets you call your Uber driver.
RIP BlackBerry Classic: Company Will Stop Making Iconic Smartphone
"We are ready for this change," said the company's COO.
Facebook's WhatsApp Turns on Encryption for 1 Billion Users
In the wake of Apple vs. FBI, WhatsApp completes encryption rollout.
NASA Astronaut Ready for First Trip to Space
Rubins reveals what she's most excited to do when she gets to the space station.
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...
Sprint Acquires One-Third of Tidal
The deal will help Tidal compete with bigger music streaming services like Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon Music.
Samsung Reveals Cause of Exploding Galaxy Note7 Smartphones
The company blames battery manufacturing and design flaws, which resulted in recalls and stopped production.
Social Media During the Obama Years
A look at how social media grew during the Obama administration.
Spike in Holiday Online Shopping Fraud
New report by major payment company found that online fraud attempts soared 31 percent and peaked on Christmas Eve.
Reflections From the Last Man to Walk on the Moon
Former astronaut Gene Cernan sat down with Peter Jennings in 1998 to reminisce about his adventures in space.
Google Maps Expands Into the Parking Business
Reports say the new beta version will be able to tell users about parking situations at their destinations.
The Playstation 4 and Xbox One, Back to Back
Learn about the latest video game systems from Sony and Microsoft.
Windows 8.1: Microsoft's Big Update Explained in Photos
Small tweaks and additions improve Microsoft's tablet and computer operating sys
Nokia Through The Years
Which phone did you own?
3D Print Everything
The most unbelievable objects made with a 3D printer.
Google Doodle Celebrates Leo Tolstoy's 186th Birthday
Google pays homage to the author's classics in a doodle slideshow.
Best Supermoon Pics From Around the World
The moon on its elliptical orbit is at its closest point to earth.
Google I/O in Photos
Google announced updates to maps and new music and messaging services.
Seahorse Armor Inspire Robotic Designs
Seahorse Armor Inspire Robotic Designs
Postcards From Mars
Opportunity rover still going after 8 years on Martian surface.
Build Your Own Cellphone
Build Your Own Cellphone
Facebook Home and HTC First in Photos 
A look at Facebook's new software and the first phone to run it.
Mars Rover Cuts Into Rock
Mars Curiosity rover looks for chemical signs of past life.
Tech Toys of the 1990s
Remember These? Some of the best '90s Tech Toys.
SXSW: Geeks Hit Up Austin
Enthusiasts check out the latest in emerging technology.
Hubble Peers Into Heart of the Crab Nebula
Spacecraft telescopes offer rare looks at the solar system and beyond.
BlackBerry Past: Which Did You Own?
BlackBerry dominated for years, then was beaten by iPhone and Android.
Behind Microsoft's New Tablet
Microsoft Surface: Behind Microsoft's New Tablet
Inside Google
A look behind the scenes at the physical heart of the Internet.
1st iPhone Prototypes Revealed
Court documents reveal photos of early iPhone prototypes
10 Women Who Broke the Glass Ceiling
Marissa Mayer, new Yahoo CEO, is the latest woman to lead a major company.
Facebook's IPO Anniversary
Facebook held its initial public offering a year ago today, raising $16 billion.