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Facebook reported quarterly earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations, but the stock tanked on a disappointing outlook.
The Internet giant's secretive X division has been working on a technology that would help sniff out signs of cancer and other diseases.
Verizon has announced the Droid Turbo, the carrier's latest flagship phone and one that may lay claim to the best specs on the market.
The Federal Trade Commission announced on Tuesday that it has sued AT&T for deceptive and unfair data throttling.
In 2013, YouTube let individual content owners sell subscriptions to their stuff, but it has done little to promote that option since then.
On Nov. 4, more than 90 percent of the politicians vying for votes will be on Twitter and Facebook.
Both Facebook and the NSA, you see, have open sourced their software, meaning these tools are freely available to the world at large.
French police are blaming the Internet for inspiring a rash of aggressive clown incidents across France, in which 14 teenagers have so far been arrested.
Speaking at the Code Mobile conference in California, the TV star and mobile app mogul discussed the art of oversharing and her love of BlackBerry.
The company founded by former Google employees has introduced “Baton,” a service that allows users to store and sync all their mobile data online.
Some large U.S. retailers are refusing to use Apple's new electronic payments service as they commit to developing a rival payments system.
With the move, Nest, maker of the smart thermostat, has strengthened its position as a smart home leader.
Microsoft is worried about a bug that could let hackers take complete control over computers running Windows.
In a significant shakeup of Google management, Larry Page is transferring leadership of core Google products to Sundar Pichai, according to sources.
In less than two weeks, the fundraising effort on Crowdrise has collected $99,450, putting it just shy of its $100,000 goal.
The company—one the country’s largest carriers, providing service for about 123 million subscribers—calls this a Unique Identifier Header, or UIDH.
Fitbit unveiled a trio of new trackers on Monday - Charge, Charge HR and Surge - designed for everyone from casual joggers to cross-training fiends.