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Looking for your next favorite drink? It might be as simple as opening a beer, wine or liquor discovery app on your smartphone.
Just in time for the holidays, Bloomingdale's is selling a piece of jewelry tailor-made for the social media age.
Should Uber fire an executive for suggesting the company should spend $1 million to investigate the private lives of journalists critical of it?
There are still a few things phone cameras don't do so well on their own. Here are a few accessories that any shooter would appreciate.
A new poll reveals that car owners are still leery of self-driving cars, even if they do want the safest bits of the technology for their new ride.
The city plans to roll out a free municipal Wi-Fi network that officials say will be the fastest and most wide-reaching of its kind in the world.
Snapchat's Snapcash is a new payments feature that allows users to send and receive money from friends through the app’s private messaging service.
Google, Microsoft, Facebook and Apple are among the companies lobbying the U.S. Senate to approve the USA Freedom Act before year's end.
The U.S. Marshals Service plans to auction off 50,000 bitcoins seized from the coffers of alleged Silk Road ringleader Ross Ulbricht.
Sesame Phone is a new device meant to help disabled people swipe through their apps without using their hands.
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If you believe what you read, neuroscientists can pluck your thoughts right out of your head -- but we're still far from that sci-fi scenario.
Facebook posts by brands and apps that look suspiciously like ads got smacked down by the company on Friday.
Researchers at MIT have invented a pill that could do away with injections. But the invention doesn't mean the end of the needle.
The results of a hackathon, the Ebola video game trains players to avoid hazards like sitting on patient beds and touching your face.
The camera that "would forever change our view of Earth" from space more than a half century ago sold for $275,000, the auctioneer says.
We sorted through the flood of new releases to find some of the most fun and useful iOS apps released in 2014.
A new-Google backed initiative will bend the power of big data to track fishing activity on the high seas -- and single out those doing it illegally.