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Apple has made strides in slashing its carbon footprint but admits there’s room for improvement.
Stewart sent a trio of tweets on Wednesday gushing about a "drone-like" flying camera used to take aerial photos of her farm.
Applebee's wants to set aside one day a week for quiet dining. But the rest of the week, it's going all-out to be tech friendly!
South Koreans love charms and stickers, while Americans like their phones plain, according to a new study.
It's still a bit fuzzy, but Aereo claims that the Supreme Court ruling that forced it to suspend service may still allow it to operate.
Kerry is in Beijing, where the U.S. and China are holding discussions about security and economic issues.
This farmer thought he'd lost his phone forever when it went into a grain elevator. But as it turns out, it's a small world.
LG has announced a wearable for youngsters, called the Kizon, that keeps track of their location and makes limited phone calls.
The actress who portrayed officer Ellen Ripley in the "Alien" film franchise is reprising her role in "Alien: Isolation," an upcoming video game.
Google announced the winners of its Giving through Glass contest, awarding five nonprofits grants and a pair of the company's Glass headset.
The creatures in 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' are more realistic than ever. NBC's Ben Fogle met actor Andy Serkis to find out how they're created.
Unfortunately, it's not all lying in bed and eating snacks — though the rest of it does sound pretty good.
Nature documentaries are coming to virtual reality headset near you — with the blessing of one of the biggest names in the industry.
An indictment accuses a Russian man of hacking into computers at hundreds of retail businesses in the U.S.
Sure, your GPS can give you the shortest, fastest way to get from A to B. But what if you wanted to take the scenic route?
Last year, 12-year-old Andrew Pelham invented the EZ Baby Saver, a reminder for parents who fear leaving their children in hot cars.
Thirty-three percent of tweets test at a fourth grade reading level. Use the tool to see how yours compare.
Criminals are taking computers hostage with ransomware and threatening to wipe out all files if the victims don’t pay up.