The Chinese e-commerce giant will use its 10 percent stake to tap into the Singapore national postal service's regional infrastructure.
Emerging from the veil of time, footprints along a Norfolk beach are thought to be the oldest ever discovered outside of Africa.
Federal Communications Commission's decision to clarify what it means by "reasonable" rates for wireless data roaming could result in stronger wireless competition.
Google takes YouTube into the premium realm, and BlackBerry strikes up some partnerships. Plus, the first Lumia to lose the Nokia branding. All that and more in this look back at the week in tech.
The carrier extends its 4G LTE to new cities and towns, bringing its grand total to 110 markets with coverage across the United States.
The separation, brought up by activist investor Carl Icahn in January, will include new management teams for both businesses.
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station will soon have a new high-tech tool at their disposal. CNET's Sumi Das visits Made In Space, the startup that's developed a 3D printer which works in microgravity, allowing crews to print tools, parts and more on demand.
Using its new top-shelf graphics processing unit, Nvidia tackles one of the most persistent conspiracy theories in American history: the veracity of the 1969 to 1972 Apollo moon landings.
The latest secrets-focused app believes it's different -- because you share your most stunning secrets anonymously with other users who are physically near you.
Yeti, Sasquatch, Bigfoot; whatever name it goes by, the wild-dwelling beast-man of local legends still has yet to be proven to exist, according to science.