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Amazon's Dash buttons, which let users order a variety of products with the press of a button, are now available to purchase.
The technique, uncovered during a FireEye investigation at an unnamed victim organization, shows how government-backed hackers can shift tactics.
It's Microsoft's way of trying to overhaul its platform for the mobile world -- without alienating users by getting rid of everything that's familiar.
Nokia has returned to the consumer space, but this time with a virtual reality (VR) camera rather than phones.
Twitter reported that its number of monthly average users grew at the slowest pace since it went public in 2013.
Facebook, like most of its Silicon Valley peers, is working to diversify its overwhelmingly white and male workforce.
Amazon announced a plan on Tuesday to finally get its package-delivery drones in the air. The proposal includes tiered flight zones that would li
Motorola held an event Tuesday to show off three new phones in its Moto series: the X Style, X Play, and an updated Moto G.
More than 247,000 attempts were made to view pornographic material on the British parliament's network last year.
Google has halted its pursuit of making Google+ a rival to Facebook, even admitting that the social service was a little 'confusing.'
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak have joined top AI researchers in calling for a ban on "autonomous weapons."
Every now and then, you might need to print something from your phone -- but when you're out and about, how are you supposed to do it? This thing.
Police in Beijing have busted a factory that produced more than 41,000 fake iPhones worth as much as $19 million.
A flaw called "Stagefright" in Google's Android operating system could let hackers take over a phone with a message.
The kind of convenience that made Uber a hit on the road is spreading to all kinds of on-demand services.
On a piece of parchment hundreds of years old, the words of an ancient Greek text stand out in deep black - but look closely, and you see more.