The world's largest social network, set to host its annual developers conference this week, wants a piece of the app pie.
A dedicated site hosts women connected to the White House telling their favourite stories of trailblazing women in science and technology.
Valuable scientific money and manpower is spent analyzing whether high heels affect human behavior. Yes, of course these were French researchers.
Women, Action & the Media -- one of the groups behind the #FBrape campaign that prompted a policy change from Facebook -- is working with Twitter to improve the social-media service's response to online harassment.
Apple's new smartwatch isn't out yet, but trade-in site Gazelle says it will offer to buy it from sellers and will also sell certified pre-owned models.
New video site Vessel wants consumers to pay $2.99 a month for early access to clips from online stars. The big question: Will consumers actually sign up?
Technically Incorrect: Monday sees the launch of the XM42, which claims to be the first ever legally available portable flamethrower.
Microsoft chief Satya Nadella pushes new services from the world's largest software maker. But his controversial comments on women in tech earlier this month remain a focus of attention.
The social-networking giant is expected to offer new ways for developers to work with its products, particularly its Messenger communication service and Instagram photo-sharing network.
In Windows 10, Microsoft's browsers -- both IE and Spartan -- will get the tech Firefox uses to speed up Web-based games. And that's a challenge to Windows itself.