After Apple changed the rules on virtual currencies, the first Bitcoin apps are returning to the App Store.
Who needs the Bat-Signal when you can send letters using these collectible Batman stamps from the US Postal Service?
Since Google's co-founder took charge in 2011, he's had the search giant thinking bigger than ever. What to expect at Google I/O this week? Even if it's nothing mind-blowing, it's all according to plan.
List of approved subjects obtained by The Washington Post reflects a shift toward more popular individuals as a new revenue source for the cash-strapped service.
Australia has rolled out a new kind of stamp with a QR code that lets you record a personal video message to send with your package.
The social-media network capitalizes on the growing popularity of buy/sell/trade groups and adds the ability to catalog and mark items as sold.
Satellites the size of a Rubik's Cube could explore distant planets, thanks to tiny ion thrusters that could help reduce the cost of space missions.
Apple also reveals that CEO Tim Cook's total compensation more than doubled last year to $9.22 million, while retail chief Angela Ahrendts made $73.4 million.
NASA pulls out all the Hubble stops with a fresh look at the unreal columns of gas surrounded by sparkling stars found in the Eagle Nebula.
Google wants very much to be known as more than just a search company, and over the next year many of its biggest moves will be in other areas.