The latest version of Android promises to make a device's battery last longer. Do the promises hold up?
Google announced Tuesday that it was buying the music streaming start-up Songza. The acquisition marks another example of the increasing dominance of streaming services in the world of digital music.
The Federal Trade Commission filed a complaint Monday alleging that T-Mobile made millions of dollars charging unknowing customers for third-party services such as horoscope information and celebrity gossip.
iOS 7.1.2 update for iPhone, iPad, and iPod brings bug fixes and security updates. This may be the last mobile update before iOS 8.
A controversial study undertaken two years ago had researchers manipulating users' Facebook news feeds to determine how people are emotionally affected by content they view on social networks.
On Monday, Samsung announced the addition of four new smart phones to its line of Galaxy devices. Samsung is currently the world's leading smart phone maker, but competitor Apple has been making moves to gain on the South Korean tech giant, particularly in emerging markets.
Users will soon be able to more easily view, stream, and create online videos with a series of new features introduced by YouTube at its annual VidCon conference in Anaheim on Thursday.
The German government announced Thursday that it would prevent Verizon Communications from continuing to operate in the country as a reaction to US government spying.
In the wake of a landmark ruling, Google has begun removing users' search data it deems to be outdated personal information. But the ruling only applies to people in the European Union.
Google is pushing its Android operating system across everyday devices, from cars to TV screens. But what does this move mean for consumers?
On Wednesday, the first of the two-day Google I/O developer's conference in San Francisco, the search giant announced updates to its Android mobile operating system, as well as plans to expand Android into the car, onto the television, and onto your wrist.
Google is revving its Android engine: at its annual developer's conference, Google I/O, Google announced Android Auto, the first automobile-specific operating system that works with Android.
The New York-based business media conglomerate has opened a new passenger lounge, utilizing the latest technology, at the only airport within London city limits.
Japan and automaker Toyota are looking to kick-start the fuel-cell vehicle industry with plans to produce hydrogen-powered cars that experts believe can lessen greenhouse gas emissions.
In the run up to the Google I/O developers conference in San Francisco this week, Google Glass has been busy unveiling the product in the UK and releasing 12 new app updates for Glass owners. But will it do much to sway consumer opinion?
Can’t decide between Pebble’s slick smart watch interface and Misfits’ top-of-the-line metrics? Now you don’t have to.
Nokia X2 is a Microsoft phone running on Android. Seems counter-intuitive, but it's a sign that Microsoft is thinking of its influence in emerging markets where Android still rules.