The prospect alone of a revamped timeline stirred the #RIPTwitter protest. Now the change is actually upon us.
A serendipitous find leads Columbia University researchers to conclude that a drug applied directly to the skin could show real promise for broadly treating hair loss.
Though it's popular with an in crowd of entertainers, politicos and hipsters, the microblogging service is having a hard time getting regular people to join. That's a problem, a big problem.
The latest Surface tablet is on sale for $100 off the regular price, while Microsoft's second-generation Band fitness tracker is now $50 less.
The iPhone 6S and 6S Plus just couldn't muster the same excitement as their predecessors. Apple says that in the March quarter, iPhone sales are in for their first slump ever.
The Nanyang DOTA 2 Championships in Singapore almost fell at the first hurdle, but finished with a resounding roar.
People continue to sign up for iPhone maker's mobile payments service, but at a slower clip, research shows. Meanwhile, megabank JPMorgan Chase is prepping a system of its own.
The company added 1.3 million net new customers in the third quarter as it continues to tout its network superiority. Much of its growth stems from subscribers picking up tablets.
Ford doesn't see the SUV sales party ending any time soon. On the contrary -- it's adding four new nameplates globally over the next four years.
Research firm predicts global shipments will rise around 10 percent this year, compared with more than 27 percent in 2014. One reason? Demand for devices in China is falling.