The year's most notable embarrassments in technology run the gamut from the industry's inability to secure our personal data to the blunders of Airbnb, Twitter and Tinder.
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?
You already have to pay to belong to Prime. Amazon's head of digital music says the streaming service is after customers who don't necessarily want to spend a ton of money on music.
The update can automatically detect what kind of sport or activity you're engaged in, from aerobics to Zumba.
One of the most Earth-like planets located by the Kepler mission is uninhabitable after all, due to its very active star.
Dai, co-founder of chipmaker Marvell and one of the US' wealthiest women, says that with a better ecosystem of support and encouragement, women will be able to contribute their natural talents to tech.
Hipster companies and home-brew experimenters may be able to slake their thirst for small batches of beer with little effort thanks to a Northern Ireland startup's $4,000 automated system.
A new technology called Freevolt converts the babble of radio waves into electrical power that can run wireless sensors and other devices.
Lucasfilm, the Disney division behind the popular sci-fi movie franchise, is working with VR technology but sees limitations. For now.
For the first time, a rocket has touched the edge of space and then successfully landed back on Earth in one piece. It all makes for one heck of an advertisement.