Facebook plans to pay some video producers part of ad revenues in a challenge to YouTube, Yahoo teams up with... Google?
The ACLU looks to block bulk phone data collection and Google's Photo app A.I. labels black couple as gorillas.
Apple and google are furiously trying to map the planet, and it's not just so you don't get lost. Plus, there a new VR camera from Jaunt aimed at producing pro-level content.
With Apple about to make their move to dominate the streaming music industry, the Internet will be as busy as ever moving data around, so it's a good thing some researchers just figured out a way to make it work even faster
Today on DT Daily: Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella resets the company's mission statement, Top Gear crew looks to be close to signing on with Netflix.
T•Mobile iPhone 6 users report 'blue screen of death' and sudden reboots, Yahoo inks deal with Oracle to slot browser during Java updates.
Today on DT Daily: Amazon's Siri-like "Echo" digital assistance device for homes is available for pre-order, Larry Ellison steers Oracle towards the cloud, and Google's News Lab organizes... the news.
Google tells it's A.I. to make art and the results are fantastical, Samsung puts TVs on the backs of semis, the Pepper robot sells out in 60 seconds.
The FCC says consumers can tell phone service providers to block robocalls and spam text messages, the Hybrid Airship combines a blimp with an airplane and a Heinz QR code sends people to a porn site.
We take a first look at the retail version of the Oculus Rift VR headset, Urthcast dishes up video of cities in motion shot from space and is Microsoft going to kill off their line of Lumia phones?
Password manager LastPass needs you to reset your password, Microsoft dazzles E3 with their Hololens/Minecraft demo, Sony rolls their Vue TV system out to more cities.