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.
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."
Steam said the three most played games on the service are "Dota 2," "Counter-Strike: Global Offensive" and "Ark: Survival Evolved."
Cleveland's chief of police tried to calm tensions in the city's Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood following the shooting of a 22-year-old.
Google, the company that created Android, aims to match your preferences with available Android models. But is the search giant an honest broker?
It's a surprise move for an embattled CEO. Shares spiked 7.4 percent as Wall Street discovered that Twitter CEO Costolo was out and co-founder Dorsey was in -- at least until a replacement can be found.
Smartphone users looking for a great way to occupy time should try "Threes," a fun puzzler with a new ad-supported free version.
Jawbone sued Fitbit over patent infringement, less than a month after it alleged that Fitbit stole its intellectual property.
Code in Apple's latest operating system hints the next iPhone or iPad could have a significantly improved "selfie" camera.
BlackBerry is still making smartphones. Pictures of a new model called the Oslo are making their way around the internet.
The popular messaging app adds Doodle Draw, like a mobile Pictionary that lets users send their terrible drawings to friends on Facebook.
Apple and Google's developer conferences reveal vastly different approaches to data and artificial intelligence.