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Apple announced a series of long-awaited enhancements to its App Store on Wednesday, but the new features may not ease concerns of developers.
Tesla may source batteries from Samsung for its energy systems in homes, companies and utilities, rather than for its electric cars.
The Department of Justice asked the Supreme Court to overturn an appeals court ruling that had favored Apple over Samsung in smartphone patent litigation.
A new DNA study shows the Black Death arrived in Europe just a single time in 1348 and stayed for hundreds of years.
Netflix popularized binge viewing. Netflix measured the amount of time that users spent watching more than 100 different titles.
In the first episode of our new series Scientificus, NBC News asks what's so scary about genetically engineered mosquitoes.
The French government has created an emergency alert application intended to send swift warnings to smartphone users in the event of a disaster.
Axl Rose is demanding Google take down images of him that have been used as part of an internet meme mocking his physical appearance.
The fake tweet said: "We regret to inform our fans that our commissioner, Roger Goodell, has passed away. He was 57. #RIP."
Infiniti, the luxury division of Japanese carmaker Nissan, is considering rolling out highway self-driving capabilities for most new models.
Mark Zuckerberg can be hacked and so can you. The Facebook founder's rarely used Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest accounts were briefly compromised on Sunday, serving as a reminder that everyone is susceptible to hacking. Hackers routinely troll Facebook and Twitter for clues to passwords like these.
The Swiss-made Solar Impulse 2 was scheduled to take off from Lehigh Valley International Airport in Allentown and head to New York City.
IBM on Tuesday said it signed a $300 million, 10-year technology services agreement with Dubai's Emirates Airline.
Verizon plans to submit a second-round bid of around $3 billion for Yahoo's core internet business, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The Supreme Court rejected Google's bid to throw out a class action lawsuit involving claims that the company deceived California advertisers.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has had his Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest accounts briefly hacked at the weekend, according to various reports.
A whistleblower lawsuit filed against Oracle underscores the pressures tech companies face to show that they are growing in the cloud business.
A U.S. congressional committee has launched an investigation into the Federal Reserve's cyber security practices.
Apple said all its services, including the popular App Store, have resumed following an outage that started late afternoon on Thursday.
Facebook's board has proposed removing Mark Zuckerberg's majority voting control in the event of any future or potential exit.