The inaugural New West Summit -- devoted to the marriage of pot, tech, business and media -- serves as the site for a kind of passing of the torch. Or should we say a passing of the pipe?
The San Francisco conference may well be the world's largest gathering of game developers, the place to keep an ear to the ground and to get business done.
The Facebook-owned virtual-reality company is teasing new content and announcements at its upcoming event in Los Angeles -- which could include new hardware, too.
The microblogging site aims to compete against Facebook, Apple and Google for developer mind share.
The head of the Chrome OS project says there are no plans to phase it out, even though it might be mixed with Android, Google's mobile operating system.
The struggling Internet giant is trying to decide which of its services it should keep or dump. Yahoo Real Estate, or maybe even Yahoo News, could be on the chopping block, analysts say.
The Inbox app's new "smart reply" feature offers three ready-made responses to emails. It looks simple but exemplifies deep-learning technology that's getting more important at the Internet giant.
The makers of the Google-owned smart-home darling have an announcement set for June 17 in San Francisco.
VR could be the hottest new trend in the video game industry, and it will make a very real appearance at this month's E3 conference in Los Angeles.
Though much is kept under wraps until showtime at the video-game industry conference, there's already a slew of announced games and rumored details to get excited about. Here are the titles to look out for.
A new music-streaming service, multitasking for the iPad, straight talking with Siri and a host of other software developments debuted at Apple's annual developer funfest.