Amazon just rolled out high dynamic resolution (HDR) video.
The company is shedding a key requirement to build on Messenger's already impressive user base of 700 million.
Amazon's new home stereo/personal assistant seems poised to duke it out with Apple's Siri.
Parrot reveals 13 new drones, each with various features that specialize in travel by land, air, or the water.
Samsung's 'Safety Trucks' have cameras that show the driver of a car behind the truck what's going on in the lane ahead, to reduce the risk of passing and stopping short.
Google Play: On Wednesday, Google debuts its new streaming service, free in the United States, with app versions available this week.
Scientists at Harvard have developed slim, see-through microchips that mimic the functions of human organs, paving the way for the end of the use of animals in scientific research.
With new cameras, you may soon be able to immerse yourself in video. The impact on virtual reality and extreme-sports footage could be huge.
Buyers of the malware sometimes used it to hijack computers' webcams and spy on their users. At other times, they stole personal files and information.
The social media giant has revamped its 'explore' page to feature trending events and allow users to search for specific locations.
After six years of experimenting, Google formally introduces a way to recall email five to 30 seconds after sending.
The electronics manufacturer announces a 1-terabyte version of its video game console.
Samsung is developing new technology that uses cameras and video monitors to let drivers to see what's ahead of the semi truck in front of them.
Google says it cannot remove images from the websites, but will remove them from Google search results.
In the Electronic Frontier Foundation's most recent "Who's Got Your Back?" annual report, nine companies earned full five-star ratings. But the EFF is concerned that some companies haven't prioritized their users' data.
Using image-recognition software and a feedback loop Google researchers have produced art both beautiful and strange.
Twitter will launch Project Lightning in the next few months. This new tool offers a curated approach to current events and story collections on the social media giant.
Microsoft parts ways with former Nokia head Stephen Elop, as the company refocuses away from 'Devices.'
FCC comes after AT&T with a $100 million fine for misleading customers about its 'unlimited' data plan.
After being acquired by Google last January, Nest held its first press conference on Wednesday, announcing improvements to the Nest Protect and a new home-security camera.
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