Touch ID on an iOS device is a convenient method for unlocking apps and the device itself, and now you can use it to unlock your Mac.
Technically Incorrect: Google insists that Google Glass is moving onward and upward. But in withdrawing it from sale, isn't the company admitting that people really didn't want it?
A Chinese company has successfully 3D printed a five-storey apartment building and a 1,100 square metre villa from a special print material.
Want to sit for 15 hours? Boeing's new 787-9 claims better passenger comfort over extremely long-haul routes. Here's what it's like on one of the longest you can take.
Technically Incorrect: After an ESPN baseball writer tweets his creationist views, he is suspended. This week, basketball color commentator Bill Walton tries to persuade play-by-plan man Dave Pasch about science. Pasch is unimpressed.
As President Obama outlines his cybersecurity strategy, tech firms are working on ways to better protect you, without passwords and PIN numbers. Instead, you'd use your body to unlock devices, sign in to accounts and make payments. CNET's Kara Tsuboi shows us how the tech works.
Cybercriminals are making their attacks personal, remotely locking your computers and smartphones until you pay a hefty ransom.
The Audiophiliac surveys the field of better desktop, aka 'nearfield' speakers, and likes what he hears.
Both carriers have similar programs that allow customers to carry unused data from one month to the next, but it's not as simple as it sounds. This is how these rollover data plans really work.
A team of researchers has programmed an AI into Nintendo's Super Mario Advance, so that he can play his own game according to his feelings.