Donations from the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge have helped researchers discover a gene linked to the disease.
Researchers at the University of Oklahoma have designed a robotic onesie that's supposed to help babies at risk of developing cerebral palsy.
A startup called Density has built a people-counting sensor it says could be used to tell you how packed the gym is, or which emergency room can see you the fastest.
The music service will also set up reminders to alert you to buy tickets and will send you a weekly personalized digest with upcoming shows.
With Pokemon Go profits going to Niantic and The Pokemon Company, Wii U sales falling and few big hits in sight, Nintendo has a case of the financial blues.
India is the world's quickest growing smartphone market, and it's a key to the iPhone's long-term success.
Sales in the third quarter won't come close to Wall Street's estimates as advertisers increasingly favor rival social networks.
Chinese company will acquire large US market share for televisions.
A new report says Bob Mansfield, a former head of hardware engineering at Apple, is now driving Project Titan.
New information reveals specific details for the Note 7's iris scanning, Google Maps cleans up, and Bubble Zoom makes it easier to read digital comicbooks.
Despite struggling with weak phone demand, the company manages to report better-than-expected quarterly results.
BlackBerry's Scott Wenger gives a walk-through of the security features and specs of the DTEK 50.
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