The Internet search-engine giant unveils updated statistics on "right to be forgotten" requests in Europe, showing it has approved more than half the requests.
Boeing and Airbus are tweaking the tried-and-true instead of going all out for all-new. Here's why the jet-age pizzazz has been grounded.
Sales of new hardware and software jump in double-digits in the US, suggesting they could rebound after all.
Rovio unleashes its latest Angry Birds mobile game. Unlike earlier games in the franchise, Epic is a role-playing game.
Big companies including JPMorgan Chase and Pepsi are bringing on chief information security officers to limit their exposure to major hacks.
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A door-to-door survey of residents in Kansas City suggest that as many as 50 percent of households in Google Fiber neighborhoods are signing up for the service, which could drive the company to expand further across the nation.
The cast for "Star Wars VII" has been revealed and it's mostly a boys' club, but the scales could tip a little if a report on an open role is true.
London joins New York and Berlin today with a local top-level domain, .london, but concerns remain over the expense of new TLDs.
The sportswear company has decided that only software has a future in Nike’s technology vision. That means cutting the FuelBand, including a slimmer version planned for the fall.