Apple famously likes to dictate what the market needs. But it turns out listening works, its earnings report shows. That, plus the redefinition of "broadband" and more in your look back at the week in tech.
The popular messaging app, known for missives that vaporize after a set time, will begin serving its users multimedia content from CNN, ESPN, Food Network and more.
A lawsuit from a former employee accused the dating app's co-founders of condoning a "frat-like" environment, in which she was called disparaging names.
Former Panama dictator claims his likeness was used for "economic gain" by Activision in the 2012 first-person shooter.
The company is aiming to make 3D printing accessible to as many as possible. But it will be pricey.
The lowly analog cassette is making a comeback. In 2012, sales were up 13 percent, and the surge continued in 2013!
Until a safer, saner alternative is available, we're stuck with an insecure, outdated authentication technique. Here's how to make the best of a bad situation while we wait for services to get serious about verifying identities.
It's no iPad Mini, but neither does it cost $400. Could this super-cheap slate fulfill your tablet needs? Plus: three bonus deals!
San Francisco's Stanford Court Hotel wants to attract the techie crowd. So Google Glass wearers get a free drink. There must be a catch, right? Well, a small one.
Following a Newsweek report naming the creator of the cryptocurrency, the Southern California man tells the AP he hadn't heard of Bitcoin until three weeks ago.