"You've been hacked" messages appear at CNBC, the Boston Globe and UK newspapers. The attack comes through an Internet address hijacking involving startup Gigya.
RoboGames, the "Olympics of robots," is in the midst of a Kickstarter campaign to help produce an independent, rock 'em sock 'em Web-based video series.
Amazon isn't the only tech giant experimenting with drones. Google has unveiled Project Wing, which is focusing its efforts on disaster relief, at least for now.
Become your own "Star Wars" rumor machine by using a baseless yet plausible-sounding generator to spread casting gossip and title hearsay.
Gary Atkinson's job is to make sure the Internet of Things becomes the next big thing for chip designer ARM.
The studio is demanding that Twitter suspend the account of a user associated with tweets containing screenshots of hacked emails.
Lately, alleged iPhone 6 "dummy units" have been all over the Internet. If you're growing sick of all the iPhone 6 leaks and rumors, you can buy one and come up with your own.
A new manifesto from an ad-blocking company Eyeo tries to build support for the idea that some ads are OK. That's good for its business, since big advertisers pay to get on its whitelist.
The fight over a Twitter ban in the country intensifies, as the government reportedly blocks a workaround, the White House weighs in, and Google refuses to yank YouTube videos critical of the prime minister.
The large 5.9-inch phone expands to some big Asian markets like Indonesia and Singapore, but LG Electronics still won't commit to North American or European sales.