Investigators Find Antidepressants In Co-Pilot’s Apartment
March 28 2015 9:55 PM EDT
Andreas Lubitz had been deemed unfit to fly, but apparently hid his diagnoses from his employer.
Coffee Lowers Liver Cancer Risk, Booze And Obesity Raise It: Study
March 28 2015 7:02 PM EDT
The second-leading cause of cancer deaths worldwide joins other afflictions in being reduced by java consumption.
Protests Follow Indiana’s Religious Freedom Act
March 28 2015 4:22 PM EDT
Demonstrators held signs that said "No hate in our state" and called for the removal of Republican Gov. Mike Pence.
Attack Victim Claims Beating Came After Michael Brown Q&A
March 28 2015 3:25 PM EDT
The victim covered his head but never stood up or fought back.
'Google Now' Makes Its Way To Chromebooks
March 28 2015 1:25 AM EDT
The search giant is making its Chromebooks look and feel even more like Android.
Ellen Pao Loses Silicon Valley Gender Discrimination Case
March 27 2015 5:29 PM EDT
Three jury verdicts Friday went against a former employee of the venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.
Microsoft Tests Running Android Apps On Windows Phone
March 27 2015 2:57 AM EDT
Could access to Android's enormous catalog of apps help Windows Phone find a larger customer base?
Amazon Fires A Shot In The Cloud Storage Pricing Wars
March 26 2015 8:34 PM EDT
The unlimited plan costs $60, or less than most competitors charge for 1 terabyte in the cloud.
Facebook Unveils Big Plans For Messenger, Videos
March 25 2015 8:12 PM EDT
The company will now sell products and apps in its popular Messenger app.
Tim Cook Won't Delete Steve Jobs From His iPhone
March 25 2015 12:17 AM EDT
Cook saves the late founder in his contact list as a touching reminder.
Microsoft Unveils Cloud-Centric App-Building Service
March 24 2015 11:36 PM EDT
The new service ties in with the company’s mobile-first, cloud-first mantra.
Google Will Bring Fiber To Salt Lake City
March 24 2015 9:25 PM EDT
The tech giant announced the next site for its super-fast Internet service Tuesday.
Amazon Fire TV Now Works Over Hotel Wi-Fi
March 24 2015 8:59 PM EDT
Tourists, co-eds and road warriors rejoice: Amazon's streaming gizmos now work on public Wi-Fi.
Microsoft’s Project Spartan Web Browser Unveiled In Leaked Windows 10 Technical Preview
March 23 2015 11:44 PM EDT
A "leaked" version of the new OS includes an early version of Internet Explorer's successor.
FTC Gets Ready To Regulate ‘The Internet Of Things’
March 23 2015 6:14 PM EDT
The agency says it will hire more tech-savvy employees to keep an eye on emerging technologies.
Google Mulls Service To Scan Snail-Mail
March 20 2015 11:20 PM EDT
What if the search giant could remotely “delete” your physical junk mail?
The Next Apple TV Will Have Siri And Its Own App Store
March 20 2015 7:40 PM EDT
The new set-top box includes Siri voice control and its own app store.
A More 'Secure' Pirate Bay Evades UK Piracy Blockade
March 18 2015 9:35 PM EDT
The notorious file-sharing site is no longer inaccessible in the U.K.
This Weather App Will Either Make You Laugh Or Feel Bad About Yourself
March 18 2015 1:57 AM EDT
Carrot is a digital assistant that’s more HAL 9000 than Siri.
Windows 10 Will Be Released This Summer, Microsoft Says
March 17 2015 11:48 PM EDT
The software giant says passwords will be replaced by eye-, fingerprint- and face-scanning tech.