T-Mobile added another 2.1 million subscribers in the prior quarter, putting the heat on Sprint.
Source code for software that has been called a "cyberweapon" is currently available for download on GitHub. The code originated from a controversial cybersecurity contractor.
Google has partnered with the National Park Service, National Geographic, NASA, and online education startup Khan Academy to roll out a series of videos and games for kids.
In a post titled "We apologize," Reddit CEO Ellen Pao promised to provide better tools to its army of volunteer forum moderators.
Google's new tool for generating images from artificial intelligence has been released to the public, and the Internet is already creating some wild pictures.
Tests show Apple Music is a bigger power hog than Spotify or Tidal. But here's what you can do about it.
Music lovers with iPhones have a new option in addition to Spotify and Rdio. Here's what you need to know.
It's no secret that Google prefers its own apps and services for some of its search results, and a new study finds that degrades the consumer experience.
A new Disney keyboard for iPhones gives easy access to GIF images depicting Disney, Pixar, and Star Wars characters.
Google Self-Driving Lexus Cuts Off Self-Driving Audi Triggering First Recorded Instance Of Robot Car Road Rage
A Google self-driving Lexus SUV reportedly cut off another self-driving car operated by Delphi Automotive in Palo Alto. First incident of robot-car road rage?
Ticked-off sneakerheads are taking to Twitter and other social media to vent their frustrations.
If you have "self-identified as a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or other sexual or gender minority," you can participate in a large-scale medical study by downloading an iPhone app.
The next Motorola Moto G reportedly brings an improved Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and a rear camera bumped up to 13 megapixels.
Taylor Swift's "1989" isn't available on Spotify or Rdio, and it won't be available on Apple Music at launch, either.
Ride-hailing startup Lyft will have to pay a $300,000 fine as part of a settlement agreed to with the New York Attorney General's office.
A bill signed Thursday by Delaware Gov. Jack Markell decriminalized the possession and private use of up to one ounce of marijuana.
The new documents reportedly contain sensitive legal papers, including one that purportedly describes a bribery investigation.
New York Prison Break Fugitives On Most Wanted List: David Sweat, Richard Matt Added To US Marshals File Of Top 15 Criminals
The U.S Marshals Service is offering a reward up to $25,000 for information or tips that lead to the capture of two fugitives who broke out of an upstate New York prison. It has also added David Sweat and Richard Matt to a list of its 15 most wanted fugitives.
Tropical Storm Bill has led to several Spirit Airlines flights being canceled or delayed, leaving passengers stranded for as many as two days.
At Comic-Con in San Diego, selfie sticks, Periscope, Meerkat, Google Glass, drones and e-cigarettes are against the rules.
Reports indicate the next Apple Watch will include a video camera, allowing users to make FaceTime video calls from their wrists.
Starting on Wednesday, you can preorder the third-generation Kindle Paperwhite, which borrows its newly improved screen from the high-end $199 Kindle Voyage.
The title is Nintendo's first new Star Fox game since 2006.
For advertisers -- Twitter's real customers -- the feature is long overdue.
Apple is hiring an editor with significant newsroom experience to "manage a dynamic news content stream" for its "News" app.
E3 2015: Gamergate Still Casts A Shadow, But The Gaming Industry Would Prefer That You Forget About It
At the gaming industry's biggest confab, it was as if Gamergate' never happened.
HTC addressed rumors that Asustek is planning to buy out the company in a statement released Monday.
Amazon doesn't always comply with government subpoenas, especially those for customer information that Amazon deems "overbroad."
Researchers found in the eight months after a program on cholesterol first aired in Australia, about 60,000 fewer people than expected had anti-cholesterol drugs dispensed.
The Times described John S. Carroll as a "courageous editor whose instinct for the big story and unrelenting focus on the craft of journalism guided to the Los Angeles Times to new heights."