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The Department of Defense could be overpaying for satellite communications, according to the Government Accountability Office.
Samsung has announced a pair of new Android tablets that depart from previous models, taking more than a few design cues from Apple's iPads.
Driverless cars don't have to worry about hitting pedestrians in Mcity, which opened Monday at the University of Michigan.
Instagram has issued an apology after it reassigned a man's account to a famous soccer player without any warning or recourse.
Stephen Hawking spoke Monday in support of a new $100 million effort to search for alien life funded by Russian billionaire Yuri Milner.
In late May, the company held a "New Spotify" launch event to unveil a slate of features designed to make the service a streaming-media hub.
Hackers have stolen and leaked the personal details of users of Ashley Madison -- a site that hooks up people who want to have affairs.A group or indi
CVS shut down its online photo center after a security breach may have compromised customer credit card information.
The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating a video posted to YouTube that shows a drone equipped with a working handgun.
The drones delivered two dozen packages to a Remote Area Medical pop-up clinic that offers medical care to area residents one weekend per year.
With its thumb raised skyward, the robotic creation of two researchers in Canada has embarked on a hitchhiking journey across the U.S.
The high-tech Kube cooler/speaker combo will keep things going at your party for a long time - if you're willing to shell out.
The Massachusetts attorney general's office is examining how Uber and Lyft ensure equal access for people with disabilities.
Environmentally conscious thrill-seekers can now get a "ludicrous mode" upgrade for their Tesla Model S ... if they're willing to shell out an extra $10,000.
With every update Apple issues for iOS, the iPhone's digital assistant Siri gains a few new abilities — sometimes ones they don't tell you about.
University of California Health, which runs four hospitals in the university's campuses, said a hack exposed data on as many as 4.5 million individuals.
Saying the words "charge my phone 100 percent" into some iPhones caused the devices to automatically start calling emergency services.
A recent UN study shows the U.S. is the world's biggest producer of electronic waste, more than one million tons ahead of China.