Facebook will require its 350 million users to review their settings as it rolls out new privacy controls.
Engineers decode human balance to build walking robots.
Popeye, the spinach-gulping sailor, celebrates E.C. Segar on Google today.
Google Chrome for Mac requires a fairly new computer – is Google ignoring too large a swath of users?
A new AT&T app makes it easy to report dropped calls and spotty service – does it play into Verizon's hand?
The JooJoo packs a 12-inch touch screen, Wi-Fi, and a slim OS that is said to boot to a Web browser in 9 seconds.
District says the former employee's quest for ET will cost it $1.2 million.
Extended warranty coverage is good only sometimes.
The number of apps in the Apple App Store may triple by next year, the research firm IDC estimates. Growth was predicted for the Droid marketplace as well.
The Google CEO stood up for his company and offered his view of what news will look like in five years. Content providers aren't far behind.
Dubai Tower opens next month. But will this crowning jewel also be the city's high watermark?
A Microsoft rep said yesterday that it was 'actively working' on a Bing app for the Apple iPhone.
After Google live-tested some 10 variants, it decided to keep a simplified look for elegance and clarity.
An Apple Tablet is a 'no-brainer,' said IDC chief analyst Frank Gens.
Smart phones lead the way in augmented reality, blending real life with digital imagery.
GM said it will expand the Chevy Volt to new markets in coming months. In the meantime, the company will install 500 Volt charging stations for residential, commercial and public use.
Both AT&T and Verizon walked away from their spat over a disputed ad, dropping lawsuits on Wednesday.
By removing regional network settings, Facebook hopes to improve privacy. But some critics say that Facebook is making a mistake.
On the same day Microsoft launched its revamped Bing Maps, a Microsoft exec said traffic to Bing was growing steadily.