By this time next year, aviation authorities may actually allow reading devices to stay on for the duration of a flight.
A lot has changed in a year, but Microsoft still needs to win over prospective next-gen consumers. Here's what we expect to see from the Xbox camp.
A Minnesota teen posts disparaging remarks about a teacher's aide on Facebook. The school takes action. Now it has decided to pay for that action.
The tech industry easily convinced the public to accept a myriad of free services for the price of some loss of privacy. But getting them to embrace the smart home is going to be a far harder sell.
Reaching for the unattainable 85-inch 4K Samsung TV; using an Oculus Rift VR headset for a better movie screening experience; and a 5-second test that will tell you which of your friends are dirty, rotten liars!
A UK diplomat's son is arrested after a delivery driver asks him to sign a package thought to have been bought on the Web. It allegedly contained a deadly toxin called Abrin.
An Oxford University research group uses virtual reality to diminish people in size. The results are painful.
Conceptual Anti-NIS Accessories are designed to protect your thoughts from scans used to monitor neural activity. But really, they're a statement on privacy.
commentary Senior Apple executive Phil Schiller apparently has quit Instagram because it "went to Android." Did he jump, or was he pushed?
While WalMart and Amazon are just starting to see how tricky the online grocery business can be, 20-year-old Peapod has already figured it out.