Google has just announced an expansion of its Google Maps Engine API, letting major enterprises to quickly update and share their maps with customers. More could be on the way.
A sudden 65-foot drop in the middle of a flight is nothing to laugh at, especially when a sausage goes down your shirt and coffee hits the ceiling. Is turbulence getting worse, thanks to global warming?
Twitter has released a sleek, flat, version of TweetDeck for its web users. But, like all plans, it's release hits a bump.
Georgia Republican Senator Saxby Chambliss has set yet another biological firestorm in the political arena, this time around solders, hormones and sexual assault in the military.
Tuna is the ugly Chiweenie dog with a tremendous overbite and a huge heart. He also has a massive following on Instagram. Here's why.
Salesforce, one the largest marketing software companies in the world, has bought a digital marketing firm for $2.5 billion. Here's what they got for the price of two Tumblrs.
Microsoft may be satisfied with its Kinect 3D sensor, but it's no longer the only player in the 3D camera game. Intel, in particular, is looking to integrate the technology into laptops as soon as next year.
Zynga is bleeding employees badly. So much so that the once mighty social gaming company fired OMGPOP, its recently acquired Draw Something team. Can Zynga make a comeback?
Wikipad, the Android-based gaming tablet, will finally be released on Tuesday, June 11. But will the Nvidia-powered tablet be able to secure a place in the hyper competitive gaming market?
President Barack Obama is going on the offensive when it comes to patent trolls. The highest office in the land has issued an outline of how it plans to lessen the impact of patent trolls and reel in abusive lawsuits.
Google Reader's official date of demise is drawing nearer, but a replacement for the service is pulling ahead of the competition. Will Feedly be able to handle the demands of RSS users?
Glass developer MiKandi released Google Glass' first pornography application on Monday. Too bad for them that Google just updated its Glass terms of service to ban porn applications.
Asus announced its newest ultrabook, the Zenbook Infinity at the annual Computex conference in Taipei, Taiwan. But will it be enough to overcome the PC market's dismal sales?
Firefox and Foxconn have announced the two will partner to produce Firefox OS hardware. But is Foxconn retaliating for Apple's apparent slight?