Poor Johnny Dronehunter. All this gun-toting, freedom-loving American wanted to do was cruise on down the Utah highway and listen to some rock 'n' roll at sunset.
Beats officially became part of Apple today, and the companies are celebrating with a strange new ad in which no one gets to celebrate at all.
In a speech to three countries hit hard by an ebola outbreak, the director of the World Health Organization today said that efforts to halt the spread of the deadly virus have not been good enough. "This is an unprecedented outbreak accompanied by unprecedented challenges.
Samsung just finished a pretty rough financial quarter, but it's not out of the woods yet.. The company itself has just admitted it has a tough row to hoe for the second half of 2014.
Microsoft wants a judge to decide whether its recent Nokia acquisition should allow Samsung to stop handing over royalties on Android devices.
When Vince McMahon proudly announced WWE Network at CES in January, he essentially gave wrestling fans everything they'd ever wanted.
Apple's $450 million ebooks case settlement received preliminary approval from US District Judge Denise Cote today, though the ultimate sum distributed to consumers will hinge on the outcome of Apple's appeal.
"Honey, can you turn off Netflix? I'm trying to play Twisted Metal." In my life, I never thought I'd utter those words.
The Google+ photo organization and editing tools are probably the most useful part of Google's oft-critizied social network, and now it sounds like they'll soon be spun off into their own standalone product. According to Bloomberg, Google is planning to make the existing Google+ photo features into an independent product that'll be accessible even to users who don't have a Google+ account.
Google special app launcher, which initially debuted on the Nexus 5 last year, is now available for all Android devices running 4.1 Jelly Bean or newer.
So much for Google's barge project, it seems. One of the only two multi-level barges owned by Google has been sold by the company, and the rest is headed off to a scrapyard, reports The Portland Press Herald.
After several months flying under the radar, Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen is back with his latest game: Flappy Bird Family.
If you're living in the Northern hemisphere, it's the dead mildly of summer and the livin's easy. It's hot and humid, and there might be a thunderstorm on the horizon — but for now, it's sunny, hazy afternoon.
The HTC One M8 running Windows Phone is real, and you need only follow a Verizon URL to prove it. HTC hasn't yet announced the rumored device, but a photo sitting right on Verizon's servers seems to confirm that the phone is real — and likely coming very soon. WP Central's original report says the "One (M8) for Windows" will be available from Verizon on August 21st.
It's finally happened: as of today, unlocking your cellphone to work on other networks will be legal again in the US.
NASA has been testing new space travel technologies throughout its entire history, but the results of its latest experiment may be the most exciting yet — if they hold up.
Marvel gave Comic-Con attendees an early look at a number of its upcoming movies last week, and one of the biggest surprises it showed is now online for the rest of the world to see.
Earlier this week, there were no plans to repatriate either of the two known Americans infected with ebola in West Africa.
I watched the first Sharknado in a theater, drunk and surrounded by friends. It was impossible not to love, with every moment of laughter shared and amplified by a sold-out crowd of likeminded fanatics.
When a 4-ounce smartphone can shoot hours of 1080p video, it's easy to think that analog film is dead.