Artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg collects gum, hair, and cigarette butts from public places to extract DNA data and create 3D portraits based on genetics.
Barack Obama has chosen Hillary Clinton to be his VP candidate, according to an article on The Los Angeles Times' Web site. It and others describing VP choices were apparently prepared in advance and published, briefly, in error.
Snapchat remains mum on specifics of how it plans to prevent another database breach, but it has already hired a Washington lobby firm.
Speaking at TechCrunch Disrupt, Google's Heather Adkins says startups should look beyond passwords to secure users and their data.
The wife of Alabama state Sen. Shadrack McGill decides that she must go to Facebook to shame those women who are allegedly chasing her man, even coming to their front door.
Google reveals plans to expand its gigabit Internet network to nine more urban areas, covering 34 cities.
Belkin expands its WeMo smart device tech into the kitchen by partnering with small appliance brand house Jarden.
The recent security breach that hit Adobe exposed customer IDs, passwords, and credit and debit card information.
Google makes an aggressive pitch with its new Maps Engine Pro that the enterprise map can help guide businesses.
Heather Peters won a suit in small claims court against Honda, claiming the company misled her through fraudulent advertising into buying a Civic Hybrid.