A report says Google's next wearable won't need a phone. Meanwhile, a Microsoft garage project tests image recognition.
The beleaguered CEO of the struggling Internet pioneer delivers a "bold" strategic plan. She is cutting jobs, selling patents and real estate, and inviting would-be acquirers to speak up.
Foursquare launched a new feature aimed at helping take the pain out of asking friends for travel suggestions.
Apple registers several car-related domain names, another sign that the tech giant has automobiles on its mind.
Ready to strap some metal and glass to the front of your iPhone for a new angle of view?
Intel shows off its Daqri smart helmet at CES 2016. The helmet has an Intel processor and RealSense technology, along with X-ray vision to help identify problems in the field.
It was the cornerstone of phone plans for decades. Now AT&T is pushing a new type of plan, where you ultimately rent, not own, your phone.
Javier Grillo-Marxuach, the man behind quirky "The Middleman," shares his vision for NBC's update of the woman-led campy-action series.
A frequent HTC tipster outlines the upcoming Marshmallow updates for a number of smartphones.
Popularity is key priority, studio says, with pricing decisions made later after assessing launch performance and engagement.