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.
Motorcycle stuntman Robbie Madison takes on the big waves in Tahiti with a modified motorcycle, Facebook scales up drone plans.
Today on DT Daily: Google partners up with several other companies to protect tech startups from patent trolls, new movie 'Pixels' feeds your '80s video game vibe.
Terrafugia teases us with TF-X flying car rendering, Apple rakes in more cash, but how did the Apple Watch sell?
Microsoft pushes out a patch for "critical" security flaw, and it looks like Apple is getting pretty serious about building a self-driving electric car.
Duplicitous spouses who used find-an-affair site Ashley Madison are squirming following a hack attack, Tesla boss calls for Ludicrous Speed (Mode) on new P90D Model S upgrade.
Google posts an unusual job opening, Lamborghini goes green in Italy and Windows 10 will be available on a thumby.
Microsoft consolidates app store ahead of Windows 10 rollout, United Airlines give hacker a million miles for finding site security flaw.
Today on DT Daily: Amazon.com is working hard to lure in shoppers with their Christmas-In-July sale known as "Prime Day," and Adobe's Flash player tech takes hit after hit following the Hacker Team document release.
New Horizons space probe buzzes Pluto, China launches $23 billion bid for U.S. chipmaker Micron Technology.