Patently Apple digs up a patent filing that shows Apple has a solution to answering an iPhone in a crowded bar or in a meeting or movie theater.
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean further fragments the OS as many handsets wait to update to Android 4.0. CNET weighs in on how far the Android OS has come and where it's going.
Analyzing thousands of Oscar-related tweets, TweetBeat delivers its Wisdom of the Crowds predictions about who will win at the Academy Awards.
Fifty years after President Kennedy lit the candle that illuminated the way to Apollo 11, the fire is all but snuffed out. It will never return until we remember why we went to the moon in the first place.
Chrome 11 comes with a new feature that converts your mellifluous voice into surprisingly accurate text in the browser, and we've got a quick guide on how to use it.
At a talk at George Washington University, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton champions the benefits and challenges of a free and open Internet around the world.
AT&T showed off some of its intelligent speech and language recognition technology recently, demonstrating possible applications for future generation products.
CEO Bobby Kotick is throwing his company's support behind the games industry in its fight to make sure minors have the right to buy violent titles.
In his first shareholder meeting since taking the reins as CEO, Larry Page assures the crowd that the company is spending its money wisely and remains focused on its core businesses.
A man in Hamburg, Germany, is sitting on a train when his cell phone goes off to the tune of an Adolf Hitler speech pledging the "destruction of world Jewry."