The MacBook line could see a big refresh today, but it will have to be pretty amazing to outshine Microsoft's Surface Studio PC.
LG's home appliance and entertainment divisions are doing well, and the company is already looking towards its next flagship handset.
Chief of secretive X lab says cars will likely be introduced incrementally over the next several years.
23andMe's CEO confirms it has stopped working on advanced technology that could help people learn more about their DNA.
A new wave of Surface products and Windows software make it easy to create 3D art. Bridget Carey highlights everything Microsoft announced at its big news event.
With established brands like Yahoo Mail and Yahoo Finance, the acquisition still makes a lot of sense, says Verizon executive Marni Walden.
Travelers can use the updated Fly Delta app to pinpoint the location of checked-in luggage and follow its journey within an airport and from one plane to another.
The lawsuit claims that Nashville's new ordinance, which facilitates the installation of Google Fiber, violates FCC rules.
Losing customers in the private sector is no big deal. That's just one of the tech business heresies delivered by Alex Karp during the WSJD conference.
The big news is Microsoft's newest piece of hardware, an all-in-one PC. While Microsoft is making progress, Alphabet's internet service is pausing future plans.
The app is one of the first to graduate from Google's Early Access open beta program.
The Silicon Valley giants are embracing users with disabilities, resulting in tech and features that everyone can appreciate.
Amazon Echo Dot is the future
The new and improved Echo Dot takes Amazon's best-in-class smart home speaker and wraps it in an ultra-affordable package. See why it earned our Editors' Choice award.