The site comes as cyberattacks are rapidly increasing in number and scope.
Fitness bands outsell smartwatches three to one, analysts say.
Colorado's Tax Income From Legalizing Marijuana Is Less Than Expected, It Still Might Have To Give It Back
But, Colorado's politicians are expected to approve a ballot this spring to ask voters if they can keep the money.
The carrier is rolling out Lollipop on the rear-buttoned flagship.
The wall-crawler could appear in “Captain America: Civil War” before his next Sony standalone film is produced by Marvel.
At least 30 international firms, including Microsoft and Samsung Electronics, face investigations and raids by the Chinese government.
The software is easy for hackers to use, a Dutch developer says.
In 1985, 35 percent of computer science undergrads were women in 1985. This year, that number fell to 17 percent.
Anthem, the second-largest health insurance company in the U.S., says the hacked servers held personal data of 80 million people.
The NBC anchor apologized Wednesday for falsely claiming he was aboard an Air Force helicopter forced down by rocket fire.
The iPhone maker is testing something top secret on the streets of San Francisco.
The company says it will release the new Wi-Fi system this summer.
Sales of the hyper-violent video game were boosted by launches on PS4 and Xbox One.
Netflix Goes Down: ‘Site Error’ Causes Downtime For Streaming Service Around The World [Update: It's Working]
The streaming service says the issue is only affecting some of its users.
The popular ad-blocking browser extension opens the floodgates further.
The facility will be powered entirely by renewable energy, the manufacturer says.
Google, a big Uber investor, is developing its own ride-hailing app, while Uber is reportedly making its own robotic automobile.
Samsung will do its best to quash criticisms that its last flagship did little to improve on its predecessor.
The social network announced in its quarterly earnings report this week that its user count has grown to 1.39 billion.
The wireless provider's system has tracked its mobile customers’ every Web visit since 2012.
The project run by K&L Gates law firm is the first of its kind, and scholars say copyright law is a good way to tackle "revenge porn."
Comcast says it should take only a few hours to restore service.
The online retailer's earnings per share were nearly triple Wall Street’s expectations. But operating expenses also rose significantly.
Microsoft is "working hard" to figure out the problem. The last major outage was caused by hackers last month.
The manufacturer announced Wednesday that its net profit fell to $4.9 billion, or 5.3 trillion won, from October to December.
The iPhone earned Apple more in a single quarter than Amazon and Sony did all of last year.
The iPhone maker’s net profit of $18 billion tops energy giant ExxonMobil’s $15.9 billion record.
The singer’s account is the fourth most popular on Twitter.
The first film uses a prototype that tracks a user’s movement.
Many bond funds will have to sell Russia’s sovereign debt as it falls below investment grade.