This past week, a handful of images arose claiming to uphold the validity of a controller patent from last year for Nintendo's next console. Luckily, none of them are real, but they did take some clever design tricks to pull off.
The latest failure in cybersecurity lies at the feet of Verizon. And not just any division of Verizon, but rather Verizon Enterprise, the unit responsible for helping some of the world's biggest companies deal with data breaches.
Google Maps has been blamed by a Texas-based demolition firm for directing it to the wrong building for a recent job. But here's the worst part – it was only after the home had been torn down that the mistake was discovered.
Engineers at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champagne broke a record by delivering the fastest "error free" transfer speeds through fiber-optic wires, to date. The technology is promising for sending big data quickly.
The Amazon Echo has been a huge success, but Google is reportedly looking to build a home assistant of its own. Although little is known about the device itself, reports hint that Google will lead the project -- not Nest.
Google is beefing up security inside Gmail, giving users much more prominent warnings when they could be a target of state-backed hacks, or when they're about to click on a link that will take them to a suspicious website.
PayPal's President Dan Schulman, along with other tech companies, joined President Barack Obama on his first trip to Cuba as President. Schulman expects PayPal's money transferring service Xoom service to be available in Cuba by the end of…
Apple's brief battle with the FBI is in hiatus, but the company is still looking towards the future, and will reportedly be building its own cloud infrastructure from scratch to prevent future snooping incidents.