Out of 1,300 nonprofits, Google selected five organizations to receive its Glass technology and grants of $25,000 to aid with their missions.
A new report published by antivirus security vendor Avast says that data supposedly erased from Android devices, such as messages and photos, can be easily recovered.
Lyft, the San Francisco-based ride-sharing company, is moving its service to New York, stoking competition with other ride-sharing companies such as Uber.
A video from the YouTube channel MKBHD shows what it says is a leaked 4.7-inch iPhone 6 screen. According to the video, the iPhone will feature a high-quality, durable sapphire crystal display.
Announced today, the new Sony Xperia C3 phone features a 5-megapixel front-facing camera designed for high-quality selfies that can be easily shared on social media.
A new report out from technology research firm Gartner says global PC shipments will improve in 2014 even as more people transition to tablets and mobile devices for their computing needs.
In a fireside chat last week, Google co-founder Larry Page discussed his views on the economy and the possibilities for how labor might shift in the future.
Released in 2010, Microsoft's Kinect was designed as an add-on for Microsoft gaming consoles. But thanks to amateur Windows developers, it has since then been used for applications as varied as musical performance and analyzing CAT scans. What innovations will developers think up for this new version?
The ‘maker movement’ is heralded as a new industrial revolution – combining the spirit of the old shop class with modern tech in community 'Do It Yourself' spaces.
In Google's first implementation of the European Union's right-to-be-forgotten ruling, several European news organizations have had articles removed from Google search results.
The two Android-operated smart watches are bringing wearable technologies one step closer to the mainstream. We break down what you need to know to understand these two devices.
Google's Android Wear, its mobile operating system for wearable devices such as smart watches, introduced more than 20 apps that can be downloaded from the Google Play store. But will it affect the way people think of wearables?
The latest version of Android promises to make a device's battery last longer. Do the promises hold up?