The year's most notable embarrassments in technology run the gamut from the industry's inability to secure our personal data to the blunders of Airbnb, Twitter and Tinder.
The organization once banked on the millions that Google paid for search traffic from the Firefox browser. Now it relies on Yahoo, Baidu and others, and it expects revenue to grow.
Virtual objects mixing into your real-world vision, bringing cinematic magic to life all around you. That's the promise of Magic Leap -- but can it really be as groundbreaking as the hype?
The home-sharing company apologizes to employees for a marketing campaign that angered San Franciscans, CNET has learned. "You were right to feel this way," CEO Brian Chesky tells disappointed staff.
"People constantly ask us for the big exclusive AAA games." Executive admits that the PS4 doesn't have enough premium quality games that aren't available on other platforms.
Listening to your favorite band's recordings as if they were live in the room with you seems like a great idea, but is it attainable?
For basic lighting needs, this bulb looks like a solid pick, but its dimming performance leaves a lot to be desired.
As we start streaming more content and businesses demand more from their broadband, NBN Chairman Ziggy Switkowksi says Australia needs to discuss whether all Internet traffic is created equal.
It may just be a side activity, but there are plenty of people who love base building in Fallout 4. GameSpot's Aaron Sampson and our very own Ashley Esqueda tell us why.
What if the asteroid had missed? That's the premise behind a new Pixar film...which, researchers say, may be more scientifically accurate than you think