It's been three months since the Nexus 7 was supposed to arrive on Verizon's LTE network, but Verizon is still refusing to activate the device.
JetBlue and Delta were the first two airlines to let customers use electronic devices during takeoff and landing, and now United Airlines is joining the pack.
Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) has been a vocal critic of the NSA's sweeping surveillance of phone and internet records since the first round of leaks about the secret programs occurred last summer.
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Blockbuster video rental stores. In the era of VHS and DVD, Blockbuster was king.
Twitter will begin selling shares of its stock at $26 per share, the company said Wednesday, which is in the range that had been expected.
Marvel's newest superhero will be just a little bit different from most of her predecessors. The new Ms.
In a letter to BlackBerry employees earlier this week, former CEO Thorsten Heins says he remains the company's "biggest fan" even after handing over the reins to interim CEO John Chen, and will continue to be "cheering from the sidelines." It's no surprise that he has such encouraging words for his former company, as security filings show that Heins stands to make up to $22 million following his departure from floundering business.
Jack Dorsey is a busy man. Just one day ahead of Twitter's IPO, a report from The Wall Street Journal claims that his mobile payments company Square may also be going public.
We may have the first administration official to take a fall for the disastrous launch of federal insurance marketplace Healthcare.gov.
Instapaper is updating its iPad app today, bringing the tablet version in line with its iPhone update from September.
After overhauling Google Maps for the desktop earlier this year, Google today began rolling out a significant update to the platform.
Microsoft’s first step to building a single app store for Windows Phone and Windows is taking place today.
Microsoft has been on a tear with its ad campaigns lately. While no one would say its since-pulled ad attacking the iPhone 5S and 5C was prizeworthy, more recent spots for the Surface 2 that eschew dancing girls for actual product features and an Xbox One ad that nails the company’s next-gen vision have proven more successful.
Windows 8 has inspired plenty of strange notebook designs, from the swiveling screen on the Dell XPS 12 to the flexible Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga.
Dr. William Provancher at the University of Utah builds fantastic toys, like robots that can climb up carpeted walls and gamepads which let players touch a virtual surface.
By the time most kids are diagnosed with autism, they're somewhere between the ages of three and five years old.
Six weeks after announcing a plan to fix the world's worst comments, YouTube said today it has begun the release of its new Google+ commenting system.
Web services like Facebook and Twitter love to tout their ever-expanding user bases — and its something that has the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) a bit concerned. According to a Reuters report, SEC chairwoman Mary Jo White believes that focusing on metrics like user growth may obscure other, more important pieces of data and make it hard for investors to appropriately value the company.
We've all heard the Emergency Alert System tones being tested at some point while channel surfing late at night.
On a Wednesday morning in September, two doctors, a veterinarian, and a gaggle of externs gathered in an operating room in a science lab deep in the dark, green woods on the west bank of the Mississippi River in New Orleans, Louisiana.