Robert Doisneau, the famous French photographer behind the Google doodle, would have been 100 on Monday.
French designer Philippe Starck says he helped design a 'revolutionary' device for Apple, which will arrive in eight months.
Apple is under fire from the DOJ. So how will the next few months shake out for the tech giant?
Sony SmartWatch brings Android to a wrist near you. But do people want this Dick Tracy-like gadget from Sony?
On Wednesday, the Department of Justice filed a complaint in US District Court against Apple and a group of publishers. Hachette, HarperCollins and Simon & Schuster have agreed to settle. The rest will probably fight on.
Soon, Google Chrome users will be able to access live tabs on a range of devices, including tablets and smartphones.
The new Android app from Instagram, which was recently gobbled up by Facebook, has racked up 5 million downloads.
Eadweard J. Muybridge, the subject of Monday's Google doodle, had at least five names over the course of his life. How did he arrive at Eadweard J. Muybridge?
Before Eadweard J. Muybridge completed his breakthrough work in film, for which he earned a Google doodle Monday, the photographer killed a man. History may have been very different if Eadweard J. Muybridge had gone to jail.
Project Glass, augmented reality lenses from Google, is already being tested by Google employees, including company co-founder Sergei Brin.
The Windows Phone OS, which lags well behind Apple's iOS and Google's Android, has not proved particularly popular with app developers. That could soon change.