Probably not the last retailer to suffer a massive breach of credit card data this year, office supply chain Staples is looking into the loss of consumer payment information and significant fraudulent activity.
Despite the fact that it looks like a regular 9-volt battery from the outside, the Roost smart battery let you connect your smoke alarm to your Wi-Fi network
Today’s first responders rely more on grit and experience than tech, but a new type of suit, codenamed Apex, could help deliver life-saving intel to these these brave men and women through wearable technology.
HP is allegedly primed to unleash a computer called Sprout, which combines a PC, with a projector, and a 3D scanner. Learn more here.
The first new Windows 10 Technical Preview build since its release has been launched. Learn more about what's new here.
Apple acknowledges iCloud hacking in China, but says its servers are safe. The man-in-the-middle attack aims to compromise the credentials of iCloud users.
Flickr's new "Park or Bird" analyzes a photo to tell you if it was photographed in a national park, and if it contains a bird. It seems useless, but it demonstrates the work Flickr's computer vision team is putting into image search.
Likely a publicity stunt, Chinese mobile carrier China Unicom hired a tailor that offers to enlarge your pocket to fit the iPhone 6 Plus. Such a stunt isn't new, as a mobile carrier in the Netherlands did the same thing last month.
The latest look at BioWare's Dragon Age: Inquisition shows off some of the companions you can acquire to fight alongside, chat up, and even romance over the course of your inquisition.
Warner Brothers and Monolith have released the free "Power of Shadow" DLC for the recently-released Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor on Xbox One, coming soon on PS4 and Steam.
PhotoMath, an app for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone, lets you solve math problems with your smartphone's camera using optical character recognition.
Even though FBI director James Comey wants Congress to step in if companies don't decrypt their phones, lawmakers don't sound like they will do that. In fact, a measure expanding the FBI's surveillance power will most likely die in Congress.
Fury director David Ayer describes his upcoming DC Comics movie Suicide Squad as "Dirty Dozen with supervillains" and asks why we need good guys in movies.