Amazon says it recorded a $170 million write-down in the third quarter largely related to its unsold stockpile of Fire smartphones.
Paul Allen said the money will pay for programs to train doctors and to build special containment units to evacuate any who get infected.
"Having China will make Facebook's global ascent complete. And that's absolutely what they want."
Google has visited the hallowed halls of Oxford University and come out with several of the school's most prized minds in artificial intelligence.
The new Rooms app allows people to chat in groups. Users can sign in with an email address or use a pseudonym.
TODAY digital expert Mario Armstrong offers ideas on how to organize your files, including getting your photos off phones and computers.
A start-up Chinese smartphone maker is having a one-hour flash sale to buy its $299 smartphone, which is normally available by invite only.
CERN has unraveled some of the deepest secrets of the atom — but it can't seem to pin down what's in these old photos it has found.
The winning bid for one of the few remaining examples of Apple's first pre-assembled computer far outstripped expectations.
Re/Code's Walt Mossberg weighs in.
Google has officially unveiled Inbox, an app that helps you search through and organize the mountains of email that flood your, er, inbox daily.
A number of Bank of America customers took to Twitter to complain they were charged twice for purchases they made using Apple's new system.
A new poll shows that 40 percent of Internet users have been personally harassed online and 73 percent have seen it happen to other people.
Reuters suorces said they do not know of instances of hackers attacking patients through these devices, so the cyber threat should not be overstated.
Apart from offering a shady spot to sit, the eTree has a water fountain, a WiFi hotspot, a docking station to charge devices, and lights up with LEDs.
Sean Parker is building an app to make up for an elaborate wedding he threw last year in a protected redwood forest.
The meeting comes days after a Chinese web monitoring group said Apple users in China had been targeted in a sophisticated attack.
Nearly 519 million financial records have been stolen by hackers in the past 12 months, an FBI official said Monday, according to USA Today.
Apple published a support page about iCloud security in response to a Monday report from censorship watchdog Great Fire.
Don't worry. She's not creating a new disappearing-message app or an Uber for hair gel.
Madden’s team created Signet, a system that could radically overhaul how we use the US Postal Service. At its core, it is a digital stamp and an app.
Since 2001, NASA has sent astronauts-in-training to take part in the NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO) program.
The hoverboard only works above conductive surfaces like aluminum and — you guessed it — copper.
Chinese authorities have tried to gain access to the customer data on Apple's iCloud, according to a group that monitors web usage in China.
Office supply retailer Staples is investigating a possible breach.
Chicagoans have one more reason to be proud of their home: the Windy City's cellular networks were found to be the best in the country.
Microsoft will provide free cloud-computing and research applications to medical researchers working on the Ebola virus.
Facebook and CEO Mark Zuckerberg have sued several lawyers who helped Paul Ceglia pursue a lawsuit claiming he owned 50 percent of the company.
The co-creator of popular dating app Tinder announced on Monday that his company plans to debut a "premium" version of the service in November.
Sales of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus began in September, helping Apple chalk up a 12.2 percent jump in revenue last quarter.