The aerospace and defense company releases a covert spy-phone that can identify attempted disassembly and trigger functions to delete data and software -- therefore, making the device inoperable.
A mostly glowing profile on the Twitter creator captures at least one moment of tangible bitterness between Dorsey and one-time Twitter CEO Evan Williams.
Fullscreen, one of YouTube's biggest multichannel networks, snaps up the gaming-video outfit, marking the first takeover that brings new-media video creators directly into the company's fold.
Crave writer Amanda Kooser calls out Acoustic Research and others for pushing tech products that play down to cultural stereotypes in an effort to attract women buyers.
With CES 2014 in Las Vegas wrapping up, we take a look at our CNET editors' highlights from the show floor.
A bit of a brouhaha has bubbled up over Apple adding tamper-resistant screws to iPhones and MacBooks. Do you support what Apple did or do you think it's bad consumer business?
Gadget-tinkering site blasts Apple's "diabolical" policy of adding tamper-resistant screws to yet another product, the iPhone 4. But it has a financial stake in pointing the change out.
Prototype glasses equipped with near-infrared LEDs can fend off facial recognition systems by blinding them with science.
If Nokia really is working on a true PureView Windows Phone, there are a few things Andrew Hoyle would like it to consider.
Yahoo has officially confirmed it's buying Tumblr for $1.1bn, and "promises not to screw it up" -- and that's the official word.