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Nearly 20 percent of Apple Watch buyers are not only shelling out hundreds of dollars for the timepiece but are springing for a spare band too.
A wall of weather is keeping the Solar Impulse 2 airplane from resuming its round-the-world, fuel-free odyssey, one of the pilots says.
Back in the 1980s, cell phones were so much of a novelty that people were buying fake phones just to look cool.
Apple, Adobe, Dropbox and Yahoo protect user privacy, according to a new report from the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
Collins, a key member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, was informed her Social Security number and other information may have been compromised.
The hacking group Anonymous is taking responsibility, saying the cyberattack is in retaliation for a new anti-terrorism law.
Smart home device maker Nest showed off its latest creation at an event in San Francisco on Wednesday: a wireless security camera called the Cam.
Mark Zuckerberg is giving $5 million to TheDream.US, a scholarship fund for young undocumented immigrants.
Amazon.com wants uniform, workable rules from the FAA as it seeks to bolster its efforts to deliver products via small drones.
A new smartphone is coming out later this year from Fairphone, a company that aims to take the unethical practices out of the electronics world.
Researchers have created a way to harvest energy from the imperceptible process of water evaporating, using it to power tiny machines.
Attacks like the one that exposed the personal data of millions of federal workers are likely to increase, a government official says.
Google will provide more accessible, detailed results about specific items and full menus at popular chains.
Privacy advocates pulled out of talks meant to establish voluntary restrictions on the use facial recognition software.