The CIA selected Amazon over IBM to build a cloud computing service for the spy agency even though IBM's proposal carried a lower price tag, according to a government report.
Researchers find the national and regional impacts of US regulatory policies for mitigating climate change
When it comes to addressing climate change, market-based policies—such as a carbon tax and cap-and-trade system—have gained little traction in the United States. Instead, U.S. policies have focused on regulating specific ...
Wearable computing, the next great frontier in consumer electronics, is expected to draw crowds to Taipei's Computex trade fair this week as interest in the nascent technology surges.
The U.S. space agency is paying $424 million more to Russia to get U.S. astronauts into space and home again, and the agency's leader is blaming Congress for the extra expense.
It is a road trip that could test the best of marriages: Mars.
A Twitter account highlighting the myriad teething problems that have plagued the Winter Olympics has attracted 324,000 followers—120,000 more than the official Sochi account.
South Korean electronics giant Samsung Monday unveiled a new television that lets two people watch two different shows at the same time.
High-definition TVs have officially graduated to Ultra HD.
(AP)—When I first turned on Google's new tablet computer, I immediately thought of it as a mere conduit to Google services.
South Korea's LG Electronics on Wednesday began sales of what it claims is the world's largest ultra-definition television, with a view to expanding its share of the premium TV market.