The streaming-music service has drawn decidedly divergent reviews from two of pop’s biggest superstars, who are at opposite ends of their careers.
It's a more affordable mobile way to get online, and the battery lasts three weeks.
iOS users will be able to pay for their gas with Apple Pay without having to enter the store.
Despite spending millions annually on cybersecurity technology and personnel, two giant companies were powerless against cyberattack.
Some 2,100 Palestinians lost their lives in the 50-day war between Israel and Hamas earlier this summer, several hundred of them children.
Area officials are doing what they can with 20 shelters set up across 12 towns.
The cyberattack left some people without online gameplay capabilities for more than 24 hours at Christmastime.
During the holidays, most people still prefer the personal touch of a handwritten note.
Two-factor authentication is easy to set up, but one of the largest banking institutions in the world simply never did it.
A highly critical portrait says Mayer has made a number of bizarre and questionable decisions as leader of Yahoo.
Elon Musk’s startup transportation service will need a range of private and public funding.
North American players will have to wait a bit longer for the new content, which lets gamers tame and ride horses.
U.S. Cyber Command could see action as the president calls for “proportional” response against North Korea.
It's not the copy machine company you think it is anymore.
Investigators don't think it was an inside job, and they're prepared to blame North Korea.
Thiel has nothing to do with the racially charged deaths of black men at the hands of police, but Ferguson protesters took over the stage anyway.
Pay a $5 pickup charge and they'll come to your house to send your items anywhere in the world.
The Duke of Cambridge is marking the connection between London and New York's tech scenes.
From precrime to smart advertising, flying cars to retinal scanners, Philip K. Dick had a lot right about 2014.
The groundswell for municipal broadband is greatest in small towns, where big corporate providers are underinvesting.
Kevin Federline was paid $5,000 to show up for a cameo.
A group calling itself the Guardians Of Peace leaked movies and stole passwords from the company.
We took the delivery service for a spin and loved it.
10,000 Sprint hotspots are ready for New Yorkers to borrow from the library.
The Ohio-based startup is offering a kit that will allow developers to create apps that can run on any smartwatch or other wearable device.
The supposedly "last-generation" Microsoft is still very much in the game, yet Google continues to crush Microsoft in key performance metrics.
It would mean going after markets that Apple has neglected in the past.
Google Vs. Google: With Two Music Services The Search Giant Is Competing Against Itself While Also Competing With Free
Never mind the fact that all the music on YouTube is free.
Mike Kail is accused of pocketing somewhere in the neighborhood of $500,000 during the time he worked at Netflix.
If Twitter's CFO can't use Twitter properly, how can it be a mass medium?