After a drawn-out process, a troubled Yahoo finally knows its fate, which means the end of independence for one of the web's earliest stars.
It's clear why the nation's largest wireless carrier needs to look elsewhere for growth: Its core mobile phone business has slowed way down.
Google Chromebooks are getting access to more Android apps. Meanwhile, the self-driving-car team has a sticky solution to reducing pedestrian fatalities.
The two companies will collaborate on a connected-car platform that integrates more aspects of an owner's life.
The "What-If" chatbot is bringing image responses to your weirdest questions to even more chat platforms.
Talk of possible tie-up comes amid questions about the legality of the daily fantasy sports sites.
The company plans to sunset its "half-off" promotion, which has done gangbusters in adding new customers.
Google's Waze navigation app is testing ride sharing, where riders pay a small fee to the driver. It could hurt Uber's business.
The company hopes to compete with Sony and Microsoft, who were banned from selling consoles in the country until last year.
"Style Code Live" debuts to draw in younger shoppers to buy clothing and beauty items on Amazon. Meanwhile, Apple Pay expands to gas stations, and you don't need to get out of your car to pay.