In a speech at the Social Good Summit, the former US vice president says that taxing carbon use would be an essential tool for fighting global warming and its ravaging effects.
The NSA was able to access and read the Arab news broadcaster's communications with "notable success," according to documents from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden seen by Der Spiegel.
During a talk at SXSW 2013, the former vice president says the popular photo app appeals to people because it erases the risk of a permanent record.
Huawei's global UI design director sits down with CNET to talk about the latest version of Huawei's highly customized take on Android.
Calling all goldfingers: Gold iPads are in every room at the famous ultra-luxury Dubai hotel. They join a catalog of other amazing gold gadgets.
The Twitter co-founder's new company, Jelly, closes its first round of funding with a celebrity-studded group of investors, including tech notables Jack Dorsey, Reid Hoffman, and Evan Williams.
Verizon, along with other telecoms, offers an official "no comment" on the legality of NSA phone spying. But one of its execs has something to say -- on that and on "grandstanding" by Internet firms.
The former VP and Apple board member exercised his Apple stock options to buy 59,000 shares of the company for just $7.475 apiece.
The creator of Mad magazine's Fold-In tells Crave how he came up with the idea in the '60s and why it's still relevant. Plus, he dishes on the true origin of Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions. Hint: It involves an antenna and a small boy.
It's the early days of using social media to activate people in politics, but America's former VP and Facebook's founding president say democracy can be saved--if people get empowered online.