Microsoft, the Consumer Electronics Association, and the Software Alliance back new legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives that would do away with anonymous patents.
A new iPad app for taking credit cards on an iPad surfaced briefly in the iTunes store today. Here’s what it’s up against when it resurfaces.
An APK teardown reveals matchmaking, in-game chat, achievements, leaderboards, invitations, and more
As pundits draw parallels to Coca-Cola's disastrous introduction of a new soda formula 30 years ago, Microsoft says they're all wet.
Google Glass has had high expectations since Google co-founder Sergey Brin showed the gizmo off last summer during the Google i/o developer’s conference.
University of Texas law student Cody Wilson printed the 16-piece prototype using a Stratasys Dimension SST printer and ABS plastic.
The episodes add to a long list of media outlets and big companies that have been compromised in recent months.
Already credited with the most viral video on YouTube ever, Psy this weekend posted to the video-sharing platform the sequel to "Gangnam Style," which has registered more than 1.5 billion views.
The social networking behemoth released the offering Friday, but users so far are giving it significantly more one-star ratings on Google Play than five-star ratings.
More entrepreneurs are raising money via crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter, but it doesn't mean you're guaranteed a home run.
InXile raised more than $4.1 million on Kickstarter to complete development of Torment: Tides of Numenera, a science fiction role-playing game, and setting a record for game financing on the crowdfunding site.
Picking on mapping programs when it comes to distracted driving is bizarre, considering you don't hear of people getting tickets for using a paper map while driving.
Dell, Samsung and Intel already have offices in Austin, and soon Google may offer its super fast broadband Internet service there.
A Stanford student charts the details about which Twitter users won Google Glass competition and the pitches that got them into the circle of earliest users.
Here’s a roundup of recent research on the social network, evaluating how much we’re using Facebook, whether it’s good at work, what it does to our egos, and more.
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