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.
Amazon's Prime membership service will help the company continue to dominate online shopping, this holiday season and beyond.
These aerial toys and tools now are on the FAA's regulatory radar. Rules are tightening for consumers but should loosen for businesses.
Google has unveiled an update to Android's Chrome Data Saver feature. Rolling out first in India and Indonesia, it can potentially save users 70 percent of their data.
Two years on from its unveiling, Amazon Prime Air now features a sleeker, smarter unmanned aircraft. When it will be cleared for takeoff remains anyone's guess.
Research firm Wristly gets a grip on why a sampling of buyers sold or returned Apple's first wearable or simply abandoned it to a drawer.
There's a Star Wars explanation for the brief viral video of a Coca-Cola can that is entertaining an entire fandom.
Han Solo and the Jedi take on Captain Kirk and the Federation in a sci-fi clash of titans to once again try to settle the long-running debate over which franchise reigns supreme.
Technically Incorrect: Some wondered whether Amazon was overpaying for the boorish Brit "Top Gear" presenter and his friends. But he's already appeared in two Amazon ads. Might there be more?
Co-CEO JK Shin, who had headed up the unit since 2009, will remain as head of the company's overall mobile business to focus on long-term strategy.