According to HTC, the rumors suggesting that the company is working on a new smartwatch are unfounded.
The connected cars might be vulnerable to hacking and cyber attacks.
Microsoft launches the program aimed to replace Chromebooks in schools.
Internet provider Cox expands its home internet data caps and overage fees to more cities in the U.S.
The closing of Verizon's deal to acquire Yahoo is taking longer than expected.
Snapchat announces special measures to deal with the fake news.
MacOS Sierra 10.12.3 update has been released by Apple.
More details emerge about Intel's upcoming super-small computer for robots called Euclid.
Researchers study a way to use heartbeat as a password to secure patients' medical records.
Lavabit encryption email service returns with a new end-to-end email protocol.
Net neutrality's future is uncertain under President Donald Trump.
For the first time, the market for PC gaming hardware surges past $30 billion.
Apple sues Qualcomm for not paying $1 billion royalty rebates as "retaliation."
According to reports, U.S. regulator finds that Tesla Autopilot feature made company's cars safer.