A new report compiled from findings conducted by an undercover investigation at a factory that makes parts for Apple products has accused an Apple supplier of labor violations.
At the annual IFA trade show in Berlin, Japanese electronics maker Sony announced a series of new products, which include two new smart phones, a tablet, and two new wearable devices.
Verizon has agreed to pay $7.4 million because it did not notify customers before using their personal information in marketing campaigns.
Samsung has released two new versions of its Galaxy Note smart phone in addition to a virtual reality headset that promises to give video game fans and viewers a 360-degree viewing experience.
Google has eliminated authorship information from its search results, meaning, for example, that authors' head shots will no longer appear next to their articles on Google News.
The global search giant has unveiled a new commercial drone delivery program developed in Google X, the secretive hub for long-term, large-scale innovative projects.
Lizard Squad, which has gained notoriety for a string of recent attacks on the gaming industry, has gone after video game streaming site Twitch.
The consumer-electronics giant fueled a media frenzy Thursday with a cryptic invitation stating only that it will be holding an event next month.
A break-down of what you need to know to understand the latest smart watch offerings from Samsung and LG.
A widespread Internet outage Wednesday that affected Time Warner Cable has raised eyebrows as to whether the company's proposed merger with rival cable provider Comcast will be good for consumers.
New speculation has triggered more discussions about a potential wearable device to be released by Apple next month.
A lengthy investigation undertaken by The Verge details the heavy-handed tactics used by Uber to go after the competition, including a team of contractors complete with burner phones and credit cards to sign up competing drivers.
Google announced Tuesday that it has bought cloud-based visual effects company Zync, a move that puts Google in a position to compete with rival Amazon's cloud-computing offerings.