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In the wake of an extremely high-profile leak of celebrity selfies from compromised iCloud accounts, Apple has added two-factor authentication.
Testing of self-driving cars has been going on in a number of states for a while, but regulations are starting to catch up to the nascent industry.
Developers of apps for mobile devices are asking a U.S. agency to clarify its rules for protecting patient health information.
Michael Bell, the head of the New Devices Group at Intel, is trying to shake things up at the semiconductor behemoth. Surprisingly, he's doing that by encouraging the researchers to address public needs, even if they're silly.
Microsoft has announced an event taking place later this month that will likely be a public demonstration of the next version of Windows.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba plans to raise the range for its initial public offering to $66 to $68 a share, from $60-$66, making it the largest IPO ever.
If you were reading this story in print, you'd have a better chance of remembering it later, according to a study done at the University of Houston.
Are you one of the people who complained about that new U2 album Apple gave you last week without asking if you wanted it?
While Apple is busy launching 18-karat-gold gadgets, Google is aiming at the opposite end of the market.
Once again, cutting-edge technology is harnessed to help people hook up with each other.
What might seem like sci-fi is rapidly moving closer to reality, with more manufacturers planning to put autonomous vehicles into production.
In the Chinese city of Chongqing, pedestrians attached to their phones have a designated walking area.
Apple wants you to send your heartbeat to your partner via its new watch. But could wearing your heart just under your sleeve ever really catch on?
Now you can take virtual tours of the Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx and Egypt's other historic hot spots, courtesy of Google Street View.
Apple's CEO says TV viewing technology is “stuck back in the ‘70s” and adds, “The interface is terrible.”