In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech stories from…
Combining Prime membership, Alexa-capable voice devices, and 1-click shopping, Amazon is offering Alexa-only deals this holiday season. The disruptive online shopping giant adds exclusive voice-shopping deals to its bag of tricks.
Apple has just rolled out a TV ad for its latest MacBook Pro, the one with the OLED Touch Bar. It's a lively, entertaining affair, and one the tech giant hopes will nudge consumers toward forking out for its latest laptop.
An application filed with the Federal Communications Commission reveals that SpaceX wants to launch a fleet of satellites for global gigabit Wi-Fi. The service would first launch in the U.S., and go global once all satellites are in orbit.
Turns out that a mysterious building in New York City known as the AT&T Long Lines Building was actually one of the NSA's most valuable assets and was involved in mass surveillance programs, according to a report from The Intercept.
Facebook is constantly expanding and changing to create a unique interactive experience for their users. Its latest acquisition, FacioMetrics, has the ability to track faces and recognize various emotions.
While speaking at a House hearing in mid-November, IBM advisor Bruce Schneier argued for the implementation of federal regulations and standards concerning appliances and devices connected to the internet.
Meet Spoiler Alert, a startup that believes food is too precious a resource to be wasted. To that end, the company helps other companies use their leftovers in productive ways, facilitating food donations, discounted food sales…
Although it only comes with Oculus Rift support in beta form at present, the V virtual reality dashboard has the potential to make VR much easier to use, as it lets you access social networking and streaming sites from the comfort…
Anyone who uses Amazon even semi-regularly should have or at least considered getting Amazon Prime. The annual cost of a membership is normally $99, but on November 18 from 12:01 a.m. ET to 11:59 p.m. ET you can save $20!
If given the choice between cybersecurity and sexual satisfaction, nearly 40 percent of Americans say they'd make a rather surprising choice. They'd rather give up sex for a year than live in fear of getting hacked.
In line with a similar request by Democrats eight years ago when President Obama was elected, the FCC deleted a Thursday rule-making meeting agenda after a GOP request. The FCC will likely cease rules votes until the Trump inauguration.