Could the U.S. government sue Ashley Madison and its parent company over the recent hack? Plus, we check out Sony's new high-performance pocket camera.
NASA shoots down the rumor an asteroid is about to hit the Earth, upcoming horror movie The Witch is getting buzz for it's look and scares.
A cool new GPS/Head Up Display project, and we take a closer look at the ancient and ongoing relationship between porn and tech.
Hackers unload affair site data onto the Web, Lamborghini-driving 'Batman' who visited children's hospitals is killed in crash.
A series based on the sci-fi movie Minority Report debuts next month; drone can't fly away - because it's on a leash.
Microsoft sniffs out illegal games on Window 10 users' computers, inventor details quest for the perfect set of wireless earbuds.
Today on DT Daily: Samsung rolls out new gear and a touch-to-pay system, Google/Alphabet sends AR/VR arm Niantic Labs out on it's own.
Microsoft issues patch to head off USB flash drive vulnerability, Swiss man, 20, destroys Ferrari 458 in scheme to use insurance money to upgrade to a better car.
Why Android phone maker HTC is teetering on the brink of collapse, Philip K. Dicks dark alt-reality book The Man In The High Castle, in which the Germans and Japanese have won World War II, comes to Amazon as a new series.
Mozilla pushes out a patch for a vulnerability in Firefox, latest iOS9 beta brings wi-fi calling feature to AT&T iPhones.
Google and Android phone makers scramble to patch the Stagefright malware vulnerability, powers that be codify Bluray UHD specs, reveal shiny new logo.
Sure, it's a publicity stunt, but kudos to Lexus for creating a real-deal hoverboard. Still want wheels? Then check out the spider-like Swincar.