Automotive News reports on Toyota's new quality control measures.
Google's latest iteration of Android, 4.4 KitKat, has officially been released alongside the new Nexus 5 smartphone. The update should roll out to Nexus devices soon and other recent handsets in coming months.
We now know that the NSA uses something called PRISM to monitor private Web data. Sounds like "1984." What does it really mean?
The exploit that let users get paid digital goods inside of apps without actually paying has jumped over to Apple's Mac platform.
A new proposal in the UK would use vehicle license plate scanners to prevent uninsured motorists from filling up.
Physics laws appear to be holding up fine with a second experiment showing CERN's neutrinos traveling more sedately than in last year's surprising finding.
Team of scientists speculates that the last common ancestor of life on Earth got its start in the planet's natural hot tubs.
Some casual measuring of Apple's floor plans for its campus reboot have found that it's slightly larger than another quite famous, uniquely shaped building.
It only takes a village to raise a child, but it apparently it take the Twitterverse to find a stolen car. This month, the Seattle police department became one of the newest Twitter users and will use @GetYourCarBack as a way to find stolen vehicles.
Michael Lambourn gives cyclists one more bullet in the barrel with his SmartLock design. It's a cable lock with colored liquid inside that explodes everywhere if the lock is cut.