Samsung's new Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 tablet blurs the distinction between a laptop and a tablet computer.
Here's how things in Seattle unfolded on Twitter on Tuesday.
Google has released a new version of its Android software tailored for Internet-connected watches and other devices that can be worn instead of held.
Microsoft Corp. on Monday released a version of its OneNote note-taking software for Macs and added new features and a free tier for all of the software's users in moves clearly targeted at up-and-coming productivity software rival Evernote.
An unnamed Silicon Valley billionaire has purchased the world's most valuable life insurance policy.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he has called President Barack Obama to express his frustration over what he says is long-lasting damage caused by the U.S. government's surveillance programs.
Telecommunications experts say the odds that passengers' cellphone data can help locate the missing Malaysian jetliner are next to zero.
Google is betting that good things will happen to Credit Karma, an online service that provides consumers with free copies of the credit scores that define their financial reputations.
Yahoo is cribbing from Yelp's online reviews of local merchants to soup up its search engine.
Starbucks will soon let customers leave tips with its mobile payment app, which raises the question - how often do people tip their baristas?
Sooner or later, consumers will be able to buy cars that rely on computers — not the owner — to do the driving.
The Patriot Act allows the National Security Agency to record telephone call records. Some groups fear the NSA may be collecting more than that.
Black Twitter holds court on pretty much everything from President Barack Obama to the latest TV reality show antics. But Black Twitter can also turn activist quickly. When it does, things happen.
The data breach at Target Corp. that exposed millions of credit card numbers has focused attention on the patchwork of state consumer notification laws and renewed a push for a single national standard.
Microsoft is preparing its customers for the end of technical support and security updates for its XP operating system.