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Researchers have managed to send thoughts over the internet, using a direct brain to brain connection and a big magnet.
Can't get enough of all the videos rolling through your Facebook News feed? Pretty soon you'll be able to watch at least some of them in 360 degrees.
A senior Apple executive on Tuesday said the company would make it easier for Chinese app developers to download its tools for building mobile apps.
Three new phone apps can help your kids safe when you can't be with them, and they're free: Companion, Circle of 6 and Lifeline Response.
Just in time for pumpkin spice latte season, Starbucks is letting people order and pay for their coffee with their smartphones.
When the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus became available for pre-order, Apple fans began the arduous process of waiting for their new gadgets to arrive.
The first new version of Office in three years is focused on improving collaboration while saving time.
Amazon is cutting the price of its annual Prime program to $67 on Friday for new members to celebrate its series 'Transparent' winning 5 Emmys.
China's President Xi Jinping will meet with U.S. President Barack Obama in Washington. Here's a look at what's on the table.
Here are a few upcoming options that should appeal to those who want to carry something a little different in their pocket.
If you were hoping to snag some sweet aerial shots of Pope Francis during his first visit to the U.S., the FAA has some bad news for you.
At the end of the week, Apple fans will be able to walk into a store and pick up a shiny new iPhone.
Growth in the number of people with access to the Internet is slowing, and more than half the world's population is still offline.
Apple has removed some applications from its App Store after developers in China were tricked into using software tools that added malicious code.
With their stashes of student data and government-funded research, universities are some of America's juiciest targets for hackers.
The leading drone industry group, the FAA and some law enforcement groups have spoken out against equipping the unmanned devices with weapons.
New York UPS driver Marlan Franklyn has become the city's most well-known delivery man thanks to the online community and a popular vlogger.
New data show that the trend where consumers jettison traditional cable and satellite packages in favor of streaming services is about to get a lot worse.