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.
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?
Symantec researchers have discovered a heavy-duty Trojan computer virus that could be the effort of a nation-state.
Allows users to anonymously send messages to everyone in the vicinity, including high schools.
Money speaks loudly. The ridesharing company Uber is looking to raise $1 billion amid controversy.
Widespread deployment of warehouse robots stands to save the company $400 million to $900 million a year.
Meet Benjamin Yonattan, a 13-year-old with retinal dystrophy, which made his vision akin to "looking through a straw."
Uber's New York GM Josh Mohrer is under internal investigation for using 'God View' to track a journalist.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick apologizes for a colleague's comments suggesting the company could intimidate journalists.
This one's aimed at staying in touch with your Facebook groups.
The ride-sharing company's public image takes another beating.
Professor Sambuddho Chakravarty used a Cisco router technology that exposes 81 percent of Tor users.