Microsoft, after failing to build a smartphone hub to rival Google or Apple, is trying to change the conversation.
Among the spandex-clad cyclists raised in the app generation, there's no smartphone notification as foreboding as one from Strava.
Don't be fooled by her age or her not-so-smart flip phone. Eighty-five-year-old Betty Lou Luce is spurring a technology movement that's spreading from bridge clubs to retirement homes across Southern California.
Bethesda Softworks on Tuesday announced that a keenly-awaited sequel to hit video game "Dishonored" will be released on November 11.
Google Chrome on Monday was crowned the top Internet browser, officially ending the long reign of Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE).
Apple is edging its way a little further into health care with the release of new iPhone apps that patients can use to manage their own medical conditions—from diabetes to pregnancy and even depression.
Fresh from reporting stellar earnings, Facebook on Thursday rolled out applications tailored to Microsoft's latest operating system for the social network as well as its Messenger and Instagram services.
Another computer-security firm raised concerns Monday about the potential for hackers to glean users' personal data from phone apps released by the campaigns of Republican presidential contenders Ted Cruz and John Kasich.
In Long Beach, Calif., six city employees were fired after people complained items had gone missing from inside impounded cars. In Philadelphia auditors found safety issues in a dozen rental properties as well as more than ...
Google has made it tougher for people to hide behind excuses when it comes to finding time to hit the gym or learn new languages.