A batch of leaked images suggests Google is looking to give Gmail a complete redesign. Will those changes be for the better?
SideCar just received permission to operate within the state from one of California's governing bodies. But the company, much like its competitors, really asked for permission to operate anyways. Will the regulatory flair matter?
Google is allegedly plotting to become the Internet king — especially in emerging markets. But how will the search giant reach out to regions with little to no infrastructure? Well, Google has its options.
The U.S. government has remained relatively mum on the potential proliferation of 3D-printed guns. But a recent memo leaked to Fox News shows that the Department of Homeland Security is concerned that it can't control, or detect, the new type of firearm.
Small Unmanned Aerial Systems, like the much-touted quadcopter, have quite a few limitations when it comes to operating. Namely, battery life and flying in bad weather. But a Canadian drone company may have solved that problem with its latest drone.
Two telecom companies are pursuing legal action after Scripps News journalists hacked into their servers. The elite hacking tools used: Google Search and an open source command line script called Wget.
A solar-powered plane set a record distance flight for electric aircraft: 950 miles. But it wasn't easy, as long flight times and strong winds slowed the craft down, and, at one point, caused the plane to fly backwards.
Lyft, a San Francisco-based car-sharing service, turns one this month. To celebrate, the company snatched some new investors, netting $60 million, giving the young service resources to fight the legal and political challenges that lie ahead.
TaskRabbit announced on Thursday that it's launching a program to help part-time job seekers find long-term jobs. It's a direct push into the temp hire industry, and it's undercutting the competition by a lot.
Kim Dotcom has made it into headlines again. But this time the eccentric millionaire is on the offensive, claiming Google, Twitter and companies that use two-step verification are violating his patent. A patent filed for in 1998.
Microsoft confirmed that the Xbox One indie game developers will have to partner with Microsoft or a third-party publisher to get their games onto the new console's digital library. Are indie games done on One before it was even released?
HTC hasn't had a good year from having to compete with Samsung and Apple to high-ranking staffers fleeing. And things just got worse. Here's why.
Twitter has finally, after months of begging and account hijackings, released its two-step verification system. But is it good enough for the organizations that need it the most?
Selling data on location and web usage is something traditionally dominated by Facebook and Google. But now wireless operators, like Verizon, are getting in on the big data frenzy as well. Is that crossing the line?