The moon will get in the way of our sunlight again in March, at least for some of us. Two new animations from NASA show how it all works, and where the darkness will be strongest.
Technically Incorrect: The latest in a series of facial recognition experiments by the software maker will captivate people everywhere. It might even amuse their dogs.
Apple was late to the music streaming game, but it's gaining ground faster than rivals.
Funny or Die's fictional Door Drop app is aimed at app-addicted millennials who want help getting their deliveries from the porch into their hands and mouths.
Someone at Apple has been teaching Siri new skills. The digital assistant now knows a thing or two about the fine art of beatboxing.
Oculus VR founder Palmer Luckey says the goal for Rift to be "cheap, functional and disruptive" has never changed -- though the timeline has.
Nextbit's chief product officer talks design and breaking away from the normal conventions of selling a phone.
Technically Incorrect: In the end, it came down to sound logic for the warfighters. These were not the dogs of war you're looking for.
TechRepublic's Bill Detwiler cracks open the Fire and explores the tech inside Amazon's $50 tablet.
The tweak, which Microsoft says is temporary, means that you need to open the voice assistant via a finger tap and that Microsoft loses a competitive edge against Google Now.