Typing 140 characters has come at a heavy price for an Australian newspaper after it was ordered to pay AU$80,000 for defaming one of the country's highest ranking politicians in two short tweets.
The loudest protest so far against smartphone-era car services involves burning tires, blocked traffic, riot police and an assault on a celebrity taking an Uber ride from the airport.
On the job as interim CEO with Tidal for less than three months, Peter Tonstad is the second CEO to exit the artist-owned music service this year.
Driverless cars aren't a futuristic dream; they're being tested on city streets in the US and Europe. As Volvo unveiled its self-driving car in Sweden, CNET was there for the ride.
The question isn't why you would pour molten aluminum into a lava lamp. The question is why WOULDN'T you pour molten aluminum into a lava lamp?
Technically Incorrect: At 15 years old, a British schoolkid finds something out there that no one had noticed before. How? By studying data.
Apple's new app promises a personalized experience as it takes on news readers from Google, Facebook and FlipBoard.
Technically Incorrect: In an extensive interview with an Argentinian newspaper, Pope Francis says he's not much of a gadget guy.
Technically Incorrect: Search for "top 10 criminals" and you'll find Indian leader Narendra Modi, as well as George W Bush. Are machines not as clever as we think?
The Japan-based company now owns 73 percent of Supercell, hoping to ride the coattails of success in mobile gaming.