Despite facing a ban in Berlin, the taxi-on-demand company Uber has said it will continue offering its services in the German capital.
DigitalGlobe launched WorldView-3, a satellite that can see through fog and smoke and spot things just 1 foot across.
Samsung announced Wednesday its new smart phone, the Galaxy Alpha, which is encased in a metal frame.
A photo of Edward Snowden clutching an American flag on the covered of Wired magazine sparks questions about how the famous whistleblower is viewed more than one year after he first revealed the NSA's surveillance programs.
Amazon Wednesday announced a new card reader to let local businesses easily accept debit and credit card transactions.
In a clash of words, Lyft and Uber lob accusations at each other in what is shaping up to be one of the fiercest battles in the tech industry.
Apple's diversity data reflects that, as with other tech companies, its employee make-up is overwhelmingly white and male.
Activision announced Tuesday that the latest Skylanders game will be available for select tablet devices as well as gaming consoles.
Chromebook sales will reach 5.2 million in 2014 and are on track to triple by 2017.
A New York Times report today peels back the curtain on the secretive Apple University, which serves to establish a streamlined company culture that places immense weight on the simple design of the products it makes.
Austrian law student Max Schrems launched a class action lawsuit against Facebook last week and has since garnered 25,000 plaintiffs.
After wireless provider Verizon said last month that the top 5 percent of high-speed data users on its older unlimited data plans might experience slower speeds starting in October, the FCC is questioning all large US wireless carriers to explain when they decide to slow download speeds for customers.
China denies allegations made in a Bloomberg News report that it had banned the use of government money to purchase a series of Apple products.