The space agency says the Kepler space telescope is having equipment issues. With the mission threatened, we look back at Kepler's mind-expanding search for Earth-like exoplanets.
A Samsung attorney argues that just because the company is asking for much lower damages than Apple -- $7 million versus $2 billion -- doesn't mean it doesn't respect patents.
Dyson repels over-aggressive advertising from rival vacuum-maker Shark.
Dropbox denies it has been compromised as hackers leak hundreds of passwords online and threaten to release millions more.
In honour of Dictionary Day, Dictionary.com has launched a brand new iOS app, with a luxuriance of lexical treats for logophiles.
The company is allegedly pondering a separation, with one company devoted to security and another focused on storage, reports Bloomberg.
AOL tapped Dermot McCormack to take the steering wheel of its revving video engine. His outlook: The company becomes the Internet's ad-based TV behemoth.
Social network says current government restrictions on transparency are preventing tech companies from being fully honest with the public.
With FTC approval granted in April, the approval in Europe means the deal should finally wrap up soon.
Google receives guidelines from European regulators explaining how it can avoid running afoul of privacy laws, reports Reuters.