Is Hollywood doomed, thanks to tech? Legendary directors George Lucas and Steven Spielberg seem to think so, and if they're right, theater-goers could soon see hundred dollar tickets.
Two major U.S. telecommunications companies were exempted from the NSA's metadata spying program not because they refused to cooperate, but because foreign companies have too much control over them.
Microsoft and various other tech and manufacturing firms are apparently handing sensitive data over to the U.S. government for preferential treatment. Can U.S. tech firms ever be trusted again?
The largest city in the U.S. just partnered with a neighborhood based social network called Nextdoor. The arrangement aims to inform residents in a quick and efficient manner, but will the network be able to pull in enough users for it to make sense?
After a year of speculation, Microsoft has finally released Mobile Office for the iPhone. Now iOS users can enjoy a versatile suite of office document software on the go, but there are some limitations to note.
It appears Time Warner Cable, among other cable television companies, are placing clauses in their contract fining, or preventing, media companies from writing deals with web-based television operators. That's damaging to Intel and Google, but is it outright anti-competitive?
Twitter has quietly made its analytics platform freely available to all users, letting them track nearly every valuable piece of data about their tweets. But the curious release has had a few hiccups as well.
Facebook has announced that the social network will integrate hashtags into a user's status. That's great news for content marketers, but will Facebook's new feature resonate with users?
Apple and car companies are promoting hands-free options as a safe way to communicate over the phone while driving. But a study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found that hands-free systems are actually more distracting than handheld phones. What's going on?
The Supreme Court of the United States issued a ruling, Thursday, stating that no company can hold patents on naturally occurring genes. Synthetic genes, however, appear to be fair game.
There were a lot of things about iOS 7 which went unannounced at Apple's annual WWDC 2013 conference. But one tweak, which some sharp-eyed bloggers took note of, stood out above the rest: it was a small, subtle, tribute to Steve Jobs.
News of the NSA's and FBI's spying abilities on may have shaken the nerves of many privacy advocates out there, but it appears the government's digital tracking abilities may have also shaken the nerves of Bitcoin users.
NASA has found a particular black hole in the nearby Sculptor galaxy — a black hole surrounded by edible material, but not snacking on its gaseous food. Can black holes get full?
Edward Snowden, in conjunction with The Guardian and The Washington Post, revealed that the NSA and the FBI have direct access to the servers of nine major tech firms. Those firms, however, deny this, and are asking the government for permission to prove it.
Xbox One will require gamers to log online once every 24-hours to use Microsoft's new console. Microsoft claims the requirement will help adapt gamers to a new age of digital distribution, but the new console is breeding bad blood among its own users.