Android 5.0 'Lollipop' will begin rolling out to phones and tablets this week. Among Lollipop's features are a new 'Material Design' look-and-feel, improvements to media apps, and a way to interact with notifications from a device's lock screen.
Ian, a 6-foot-2-inch robot built by Google's robotics subsidiary Boston Dynamics, can perform the Crane Kick from 'The Karate Kid.' Advances in robotics could help Google and other companies build robots that could replace humans in dangerous search-and-rescue scenarios.
The American public believes we've lost control of online data in the post-Snowden era. A recent Pew Research study found that 91 percent of Americans think that personal data online is out of their control.
President Obama released a statement on Monday calling for the Federal Communications Commission to reclassify broadband Internet service as a public utility. How should the FCC respond to his request?
Facebook made an update on Friday that allows users to more easily adjust how often their News Feed shows updates from certain people or places. The Facebook update also makes it easy to see who or what is appearing in your News Feed most often.
A new report from Palo Alto Networks says that a new malware, called Wirelurker, is able to infiltrate iOS devices. Though Wirelurker shows possible vulnerabilities in the iPhone, the malware is contained in China and those who download unapproved applications.
LinkedIn's "Bring In Your Parents Day," gets employees to bring their parents to the company's headquarters. The annual event hopes to bridge the generational gap by helping an older generation understand startup culture.