Google has sent Microsoft a cease and desist letter over the Redmond, Wash., company's premium YouTube application. It's the second time Microsoft has been called out by Google for mooching off of its services. Will the Internet search giant tolerate it any more?
There's been a lot of demand for the FAA to loosen up the rules surrounding the use of electronics in flight. But an airplane was driven far off course in 2011 all because a customer turned their iPhone on. Do the airlines have a point?
Google announced its new music streaming service, Google Play Music All Access, during the keynote speech at Google I/O on Wednesday.
The Department of Homeland Security has blocked transfers between Bitcoin's largest exchange, Mt. Gox, and Dwolla, a key payment service for the virtual currency's users. It's the largest movement against Bitcoin to date, and may signal future regulations on the anonymous exchange.
Buycott lets you finally put your money where your mouth is by letting you know if the product you're about to buy violates, or affirms, your political principals.
The U.S. Navy successfully launched a autonomous drone from the deck of an aircraft carrier at sea. The X-47B could usher a new era of military capabilities as drones grow more popular in use.
Microsoft is rolling out Google Talk integration with its messenger program. But will the service provide Outlook.com with new users?
Open Garden, a start-up mesh network sharing Internet connections between devices, has hacked its way onto the Google Glass. The effort needed to make it work, however, may keep the service off of the device.
Nintendo won a five-year-old case which could've banned the company from importing its Wii consoles.
Google announced it'll unify all of its cloud storage options over the next few weeks. That unification brings Google to the head of the pack in terms of free storage with 15 gigabytes.
Traditional data plans cost too much money and too little control. Zact, a small wireless carrier piggybacking on Sprint Network, is aiming to change that by giving customers an absurd amount of control over their data.
Amazon has launched its Amazon Coin program, announced in February, putting $5 into each Kindle Fire user's accounts. But the e-commerce site's currency may not be able to overcome the problems faced by other virtual currencies.
The Supreme Court handed down a 9-0 decision in favor of Agribusiness giant Monsanto. The ruling could have a impact on how patents are enforced with self-replicating technology.
Too many people have too many services requiring cumbersome passwords, says PayPal's Chief Information Security Officer, Michael Barrett. Will 2013 be the death of the password and the rise of biometrics?