GM Recalls SUVs That Were Recently Recalled
December 01 2014 5:08 PM EST
First it was an electrical short problem in the automatic windows switch; now it’s a problem with the headlamps.
Blaming N. Korea For Sony Hack Is 'Speculation,' But Experts Say It's Plausible
December 01 2014 4:52 PM EST
North Korean involvement in leaking Sony movies to the Pirate Bay would greatly damage the company's brand, experts say.
Samsung To Launch Tizen Smartphone In India In December: Report
December 01 2014 6:17 AM EST
The Tizen-based Z1 is being viewed as Samsung's first attempt toward reducing its dependency on Google's Android in its smartphones.
Unreleased Sony Movies Leaked Following Hack
December 01 2014 1:56 AM EST
The FBI is investigating the illegal leak of unreleased movies, produced by Sony, after the company was hit by a massive cyberattack last week.
EU Seeks To Chip Away Google's Multiple Lines Of Business
November 28 2014 1:23 AM EST
The resolution could result in more enforceable calls for Google to change the way it operates in Europe.
Samsung To Buy Back Shares Worth $2B
November 26 2014 6:37 AM EST
The Samsung Group, South Korea's largest business conglomerate, is reorganizing itself in an effort to become more competitive.
Xiaomi Says U.S. Not A Priority
November 25 2014 12:28 PM EST
Xiaomi is targeting those markets where it has the best chance of success, such as Indonesia, India, Mexico and Brazil. U.S. plans will wait.
'Turn Off Your Email, Get Away From Your Computer'
November 25 2014 9:54 AM EST
The Sony hack, which comes just before the busiest shopping time of the year, could take weeks to resolve.
Sony Picks Consoles And Sensors Over Smartphones And TV
November 25 2014 7:06 AM EST
Sony's competitors in the smartphones business, such as Apple, rely on the company's superior components to improve their products.
Buy Nothing Day, The Anti-Black Friday, Gains Traction
November 24 2014 2:55 PM EST
Many Americans, tired of Black Friday's commercialism, are purchasing locally, thrifting and crafting -- and sometimes buying nothing.
FAA May Shoot Down Amazon’s Drone Plan
November 24 2014 1:19 PM EST
Regulations reportedly under consideration would require operators to maintain line-of-sight contact with unmanned aerial vehicles.
EU Wants To Bust Up Google
November 21 2014 5:32 PM EST
The plan reportedly calls for the unbundling of Google Search from its other products and services.
Leaked Uber Job Posting Highlights Aggressive Tactics
November 20 2014 10:39 PM EST
The service seeks "oppositional researchers" to dig up dirt on its foes.
Google Experiments With An Ad-Free Web
November 20 2014 9:37 PM EST
Readers pay a few dollars to view select websites without ads.
Facebook's Bus Drivers Vote To Unionize
November 20 2014 5:29 AM EST
The drivers for the company's employee shuttle service, who work for a contractor, complain about unfair working practices and low pay.
Google Play App Store Launching In China: Report
November 20 2014 4:21 AM EST
Google, which left China in 2010, could have access to a huge user base if Chinese authorities allow it to launch the app store.
SEC's New Rules Meant To Prevent Market Glitches
November 19 2014 4:49 PM EST
The new rules will be rolled out over the next year.
Jolla's New Tablet Will Protect User Privacy
November 19 2014 3:41 PM EST
Worried about how third-party companies are accessing your information? Jolla's new tablet may be for you.
Xiaomi Moves Into Video With Baidu Investment
November 19 2014 1:09 PM EST
China's burgeoning smartphone market is pushing handset makers such as Xiaomi to invest in video to win more buyers.
Can Fitbit Survive The Switch To Smart Watches?
November 19 2014 12:24 PM EST
Fitbit had a huge first-mover advantage but now it is facing competition from Apple, Google and Samsung?