Sony Pictures says it's still offline, but has not lost one day of production on film and TV projects.
One app-maker made a virtual Apple Watch using the company’s software development kit.
Samsung's low-end products were challenged by Xiaomi in emerging markets while sales of its high-end flagship devices flagged.
The device can send a doctor BBMs about how a patient is responding to treatment.
Audi claims all of the tech from its autonomous A7 is nearly ready for production vehicles.
Dieter Zetsche, the automaker’s CEO, says that there are still a number of legal and ethical issues raised by self-driving cars.
Timothy DeFoggi chatted with users of an underground online forum about his desire to rape and murder children.
The mobile app service hopes to be the voice recognition software behind the Internet of Things.
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Facing criticism from cybersecurity experts, U.S. investigators continue to look at North Korea as the perpetrator.
The security researcher claims to have created a perfect set of the German defense minister's prints.
The new browser will ditch IE’s bad reputation by offering extensions and a rapid update cycle.
AirAsia Flight QZ8501 sent no distress signal before disappearing.
Officer Stewart had been on the force for less than one year.
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Angry customers are asking Sony for refunds or free service in response to the outage.
However, an opposition leader says Moscow has no clear initiative for the talks to end the civil war.
K-pop label Feel Ghood Music says Sony never paid to use a song that appears in the film.
A group of self-described hackers have released thousands of passwords from online services such as Amazon, Hulu Plus and Xbox Live.
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The Megaupload founder offered lifetime passes for his service to the hackers.
Microsoft’s virtual reality product could go head-to-head with Facebook’s Oculus Rift next year.
The car, which lacks a steering wheel, will be tested on public roads in 2015.
Brinsley shot his girlfriend in Maryland before heading to Brooklyn, cops say.
The group posted a link to an old meme video called “you are an idiot.”
Sony already offers a cloud-based gaming service and makes little profit on the consoles it sells.
The president issued a statement condemning the killing of two New York police officers, while requesting people to reject violence.
Charges against the boy have been dropped, and the NYPD says it will investigate the incident.
The group promises to keep Sony’s stolen data safe as long as “The Interview” never leaks or is released online.
The Boeing Black encrypts disk data and all communications, BlackBerry says.
The U.S. administration is not yet sure how it will respond if it confirms that North Korea was behind the Sony hack.
New car models featuring Google’s new car operating system will be unveiled next month at CES.
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The Syrian Electronic Army has hit many media and government sites to support Syrian President Bashar Assad.