Google announced Tuesday that it has bought cloud-based visual effects company Zync, a move that puts Google in a position to compete with rival Amazon's cloud-computing offerings.
The popular e-mail app Mailbox, owned by Dropbox, announced Tuesday that it will now be available in a beta version for Mac desktops.
In its first major move since appointing a new chief executive after merger plans fell through with rival T-Mobile US, wireless carrier Sprint has announced new family rate plans that more closely resemble those of its competitors.
Shortly after Sprint announced its new family data plans, rival T-Mobile said it would begin offering a year of unlimited data to existing customers who convince friends to leave their wireless carriers and sign up with T-Mobile.
In the wake of an attack on US hospital group Community Health Systems, the FBI has issued a warning to the healthcare industry that it could fall victim to hackers.
A slew of Internet personalities who have gained popularity thanks to online video-sharing platforms such as YouTube are banding together to defend net neutrality, fearful that federal legislation could divide the Internet into fast and slow lanes.
Uber announced Wednesday an API that lets developers integrate their companies' apps with Uber's services.
A slew of fitness apps aim to give people the opportunity to fit in condensed workouts throughout their busy daily schedules.
Facebook has begun marking certain fake news stories with a 'satire' tag so users can more easily determine between fake and real news.
Twitter users have been venting their frustration over a new feature recently rolled out that makes favorited tweets, typically private, available on the timelines of followers.
Apple has begun storing Chinese users' data in servers on mainland China, making Apple the first major US technology company to do so.
Samsung recently announced that it purchased SmartThings, a start-up that lets users control their connected appliances through a single device.
Mark Zuckerberg ice dousing? The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge that has gone viral and helped to raise millions of dollars for ALS research. Now it has expanded to tech billionaires who are dousing themselves with icy water.
A New York start-up called Spring has launched a shopping app that lets users scroll through a wide variety of products and then make purchases directly from the brands, similar to being in a physical store.
Despite facing a ban in Berlin, the taxi-on-demand company Uber has said it will continue offering its services in the German capital.
DigitalGlobe launched WorldView-3, a satellite that can see through fog and smoke and spot things just 1 foot across.