This intriguing new service, currently rolling out in San Francisco, collects your physical mail, then opens, scans, and delivers it via app or browser.
An ambitious robot that builds a never-ending Lego tower could hypothetically reach space if it had enough blocks and time.
Deep in Tokyo's Shinjuku district is a place of wonder and technology, an explosive spectacle of robots, glitz and lasers: the Robot Restaurant.
Jae Shin, VP of Samsung's Knox mobile security group, says that once upon a time people were moved by branding. Now, he says, they know better.
The sparring video-game giants face off in dueling press conferences, with Sony talking multimedia and hardware and Microsoft sticking to games.
How much do humans supervise the machines that participate in customer service? One person's experience with Blue Shield of California suggests: "Not much at all."
Can we all just work together? New "democracy" and "anarchy" modes in the live-streaming game experiment reveal the split personality of the Internet.
For a surprise birthday gift, a Michigan mom creates a Facebook page to show her son -- who has Asperger syndrome -- that he can have friends all over the world.
Anyone can send unlicensed users a takedown notice, but the only way to collect damages for a violation of your copyright on the images, videos, and other items you post is to register them with your friendly local copyright office.
When it comes to News Feed, bigger is not better with the social network's members, sources say.