Microsoft leads the way, but has plenty of company on jobs cut front
Stories by Bob Brown
Heroes, bugs, puzzlers, baseball and more fill this list of popular Apple iPhone, iPad games
Dozens of iPhone 6 concepts have emerged in recent months from the minds of clever designers and Apple fanatics, but new files that can be fed to 3D printers to pump out tangible plastic mock-ups take the iPhoney craze to a whole new level.
WITI (Women in Technology International) has named five new inductees for its Hall of Fame, including executives with IBM, AT&T and EMC, a well-known serial entrepreneur and a force in the move to code for public good.
Microsoft, Google, Intel, BlackBerry and others bid farewell to brands, projects and more.
Ellen's Oscar selfie, a very cloudy Sex Tape and a more-bizarre-than usual CES moment.
Father of the Mouse, Father of DSL among honorees
Google beats spring cleaning rush, nixes apps and services
With rumors heating up that Apple will announce an iPhone 6 by year-end, concept designers are working their fingers to the bone and YouTube is lighting up with their videos.
War-torn country involved in high-tech conflict
Here's a whirlwind look at some of the wildest and potentially most useful technology research projects from university and vendor labs related to computer networking.
ABC's "Shark Tank" program, on which entrepreneurs make their pitches to a panel of high profile investors on national TV, isn't the final word on whether a product or service will succeed. But as last week's show featuring Egos Ventures' $1.99 Cycloramic iOS and Android app illustrates, a thumb's up on the program – not to mention a $500,00 investment -- can boost a product into the stratosphere, or in other words, to the top of the Apple App Store charts.
An MIT research team next month will show off a networked system of flash storage devices they say beats relying on DRAM and networked hard disks to handle Big Data demands.
A pioneering researcher in the field of semiconductor lasers for enabling high capacity, long-distance fiber networks like those that provide the Internet's physical foundation has won the 2014 Japan Prize in the field of electronics, information and communication.
Shape of things to come: Phones, TVs and more are starting to throw us curves