The general consensus is that Apple will unveil its next smartphone at its September 9 event.
Video from Ground Zero shows just how much progress has been made in a decade as a nation rebuilds.
Mike Morell, Former Deputy Director of the CIA, also argues in interview that there was no evidence of systematic abuse.
Newly released government documents spell out how officials should answer questions about the NSA's mass surveillance program; examples include "defend the nation" and prevent "another 9/11."
He says in a blog post that the image, which framed part of the New York City skyline in a smartphone screen, "fell woefully short of honoring the lives on that tragic day."
AT&T says its tweet was meant to pay respects to those affected by the tragedy, but the presence of a smartphone in the image was seen as offensive.
This kick-ass app for budding moviemakers now includes phaser fights, an Enterprise fly-by, and more. And if you buy extra effects, you support a worthy cause.
The updated Google Maps feature enables viewers to tour the memorial and see the names of those who died in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
To cries of "Yay! Physics!" Columbia University Professor Emlyn Hughes creates performance art, in order to, allegedly, clear students' brains of "garbage."
With the possibility of a massive cyberattack hitting the U.S. in the near future, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano urges the government to pass cybersecurity legislation.
Former NSA director tells the Financial Times that a cyberattack could cripple the nation's banking system, power grid, and other essential infrastructure.