Chrysler unveiled revised styling for its 300 sedan at the Los Angeles Auto Show, and added connected features to the UConnect head unit.
For its second notebook running Chrome OS, Toshiba cut the chassis down without sacrificing the 13.3-inch screen size and went full HD.
The newly released Chrome 37 Beta addresses a user request almost as old as Chrome itself, and is a step forward for Web security.
Anchored by Google's own air force, the biggest new terminal for private jets to be built in 30 years will begin construction at San Jose International in January.
Yahoo Avatars, app for BlackBerry, and Message Boards are among the products going away in April, says Jay Rossiter, head of Yahoo's platforms.
Programmers have begun unlocking a new feature in Google's new Lollipop mobile OS: the ability to shoot photos in raw format, which adds new flexibility in image quality.
The end is nigh for Chrome Frame, Google's tool for getting legacy versions of Internet Explorer to run modern HTML5 code.
Aiming to get the chiefs at Google, Facebook and Twitter on board against upcoming U.S. cybersecurity legislation, Alexis Ohanian calls them on the phone and gets some amusing results.
24/7 Wall Street insists that the BlackBerry brand is at death's door. However, it predicted the same thing in 2012.
Adobe's new Photoshop Mix app pushes some grunt work off wimpy tablets and onto to heavy-duty Internet servers -- an unusual approach that points toward the future of computing.