The general consensus is that Apple will unveil its next smartphone at its September 9 event.
Astronaut Reid Wiseman, NASA's latest social-media star, just broke some new ground with the first Vine posted from space.
The venerable paper stickies are entering the Web era by way of a new software partnership with the note-taking app Evernote.
While Windows remains squarely at the heart of Microsoft's strategy, CEO Steve Ballmer highlights all sorts of non-traditional PCs that are using the operating system.
Alleged action follows a lawsuit filed by the online bulletin board to prevent data harvester 3taps and apartment listings aggregator PadMapper from exporting its listings.
New initiatives, including a standalone gameplay site, give the social gaming company some independence from Facebook. But it's not cutting the cord just yet.
The "post PC" theme is often taken as an argument that the PC is going away. That's not happening but there's still a major shift going on.
The patent holdings firm that's going after app developers who use Apple's in-app purchase tools have detailed how much they're seeking in terms of a licensing fee, as well as how Apple is or isn't involved.
The North American Aerospace Defense Command has a mystique fueled in part by how little the public knows about its facilities. Now it's offering a peek.
The company enlisted a branding consultancy to revamp its logo and brand attitude for its spinoff as a publicly traded company next month. Here's the first look at it.
A former FCC chair and a smattering of onetime big-media CEOs make up the first nine members to be announced to the company's board of directors.