A YouTube video appears to show the company's built-in face-tracking software failing to work on people with dark skin.
Ford on Monday announced that the next generation of its Microsoft-developed SYNC communications system will be compatible with USB broadband modems, and thus upgradeable.
A protest aimed at bringing down AT&T's network saw support and then a rush of concerned opposition.
Inexpensive home recording equipment helps artists rise from outside the mainstream labels.
Insurgents in Iraq used SkyGrabber – cheap Windows software – to hack unmanned Predator planes, the Pentagon says.
In response to reports that AT&T will begin charging 'bandwidth hogs,' Fake Steve Jobs had urged iPhone users to run bandwidth-intensive apps for an hour on Friday. AT&T calls the stunt irresponsible and pointless, and the FCC said it was a public safety concern.
YouTube salutes the touching, surprising, and wacky videos that smashed their way into pop culture this year.
The fast food chain will stop charging for Internet access at its 11,000 US stores starting next month.
Two big tech names add their own URL shorteners as the leader rolls out more features. What's the rush – and the point?
The Dreamliner's first flight Tuesday will test the company's next generation of planes. Here's how to watch it online.
The California Christmas-light display turns 21,268 lights and LEDs into a super-sized interactive take on Guitar Hero, complete with wireless guitar controller.
The Geminid meteor shower hits Sunday. Here's when and where to look.
Verizon rolls out Droid update 2.0.1 to improve speed, camera.
A new Google Chrome video uses knitting, perspective, and, um, mercury to illustrate the features of the browser.
Forget megabytes, the US as a whole consumed 3.6 zettabytes of information in 2008.
In an interview, Denise Bode, CEO of the American Wind Energy Association, says the industry needs a renewable energy mandate from the climate conference in Copenhagen and from Congress.
Executive tells iPhone users to expect new pricing plans designed to curb bandwidth guzzling.
Tiger Woods mania. Yahoo! CEO Carol Bartz said the interest in the Tiger Woods scandal has meant a big increase in traffic to Yahoo!
Facebook will require its 350 million users to review their settings as it rolls out new privacy controls.