The two automakers said they aim to produce next-generation "commercially feasible" fuel cells by 2020.
If you've been waiting for Glympse to roll out an archiving feature, then wait no longer. Say hello to Evernote broadcasting.
The Kickstarter-funded Pebble smartwatch will begin hitting Best Buy stores around the country on July 7.
Nokia Siemens Networks will cease to be a joint venture if regulators approve the Finnish company's plans to buy out its partner, Siemens.
Groupon's new restaurant reservation service lets you book a table at up to a 40 percent discount.
SoundBar 2.1 allows users to stream content from the Google Play store directly to their TV.
T-Mobile has procured another 10 MHz of AWS spectrum from U.S. cellular, but will it be enough?
In Leeds, those red telephone booths that everyone knows from films set in England are about to get a 21st century revamp.
USC researchers have released new findings that suggest D-Wave's system is in fact a true quantum computer.
BlueStacks has announced the GamePop Mini, which runs on Android 4.2 and plays games mainly geared for kids.
Xbox 360 owners will soon be able to watch live programming through a new Time Warner Cable app.
Imgur users can now create memes using the site's own generator.
With PayPal Galactic, you'll never have to worry again about how to process a payment on Mars.
Amazon's new fan-fiction platform allows anyone to write and publish their own fan fiction.