AT&T wants to rack up some frequent flier miles with high-speed 4G LTE-based in-flight mobile service. Passengers and crew will have broadband at their fingertips.
Iowa is getting its second dose of Facebook as the company gears up to break ground on another data center. Atloona City Council is to consider the plans in early May.
In an effort to stop the next Heartbleed, a group of tech giants have joined forces. Core Infrastructure Initiative backers include Amazon, Dell, Facebook, Google, IBM, Intel, and Microsoft.
Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed the "staggering number" of accounts that iTunes currently boasts on Wednesday, most of which are paired with a credit card.
Apple's new retail chief, Angela Ahrendts, will begin her creative duties next week, overseeing the strategic direction, expansion, and operation of Cupertino's retail and online stores.
With the Galaxy S5 smartphone launch out of the way, Samsung is focusing on its new lineup of tablets, which will debut 1 May.
The ongoing patent battle between Apple and Samsung has roped in another major player, Google, who has offered to pay some of Samsung's legal costs. But why?
The Nest Learning Thermostat is now on sale for £179 in the Google Play store. As an added buying incentive for Earth Day, Nest promises to plant a tree for each thermostat sold today.
Google has launched an updated Hangouts for Android, which merges SMS and Hangout conversations and adds a homescreen widget, among other things.
Apple's CarPlay technology might help curb texting while driving, but Cupertino wants to take the process a step further. A proposed lock-out mechanism could block certain phone functions.
The fight for mobile dominance takes more than a popular handset and mega-megapixel camera. It also requires the right apps, so Apple and Google are vying for exclusive rights to top titles.
Large-scale security breaches have people on edge about the security of their data. About 21 percent of online adults claim to have had an email or social networking account compromised, Pew found.
According to a patent application disclosed this week, Google envisions a camera-enhanced smart contact lens that is controlled by the wearer's eye movements.
Twitter has acquired social data provider Gnip. The move will help Twitter offer more sophisticated data sets and better enrichments for developers and businesses.
Researchers at Newcastle University are investigating how Google Glass might help support people with Parkinson's disease.
In the spirit of competition, Twitter is rolling out new Web profiles similar to Facebook's recent photo-focused update. Available now for select and new users, the changes will reach everyone soon.
China has approved Microsoft's deal to acquire Nokia's handset business, which is expected to close by the end of April. Authorities found no complaints with Nokia's compliance or licensing program.
The Virus Shield for Android app shot to the top of the Google Play store earlier this month. But the app, made by Deviant Solutions, didn't exactly work as advertised and has been removed.
Livestream today launched its first piece of Glass software: Just a tap of the headset and a simple "OK Glass, Livestream" voice command will put online viewers in your shoes.
Sick of waiting for hours to fully charge your phone? Store Dot's bio-organic prototype technology claims to charge your mobile device in 30 seconds or less.
All eyes were on the 29-story Cira Centre in downtown Philadelphia on Saturday, as hundreds of of people gathered to watch and participate in the largest-ever game of Tetris.
Google has paid a fine of 1 million euros to Italy's Data Protection Authority (DPA) to settle complaints that the Street View cars were not clearly marked.
The new approach imposes on developers more specific rules regarding what content Android apps can display.