WATCH: First Trailer for ‘Steve Jobs’ Released

The time to appreciate the man that provided us with all our coveted Apple products is slowly drawing nearer. This fall, the film exploring...

Pac-Man Turns 35

Thirty-five years ago today, Namco’s Puck Man burst into Japanese arcades… and didn’t make much of an impact. In October 1980, the game was...

Bill and Melinda Gates to Pay Off Nigeria’s $76 Million Debt

Billionaire philanthropists Bill and Melinda Gates will pay off $76 million of Nigeria's debt. It's part of a promise the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation...

Amazon’s Fire Phone 2 Reportedly Won’t be Released Until 2016

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said in early December that "it's going to take many iterations" to get the Amazon Fire Phone right. Well, iteration number...

Former Tesla Workers File Lawsuit Alleging Racial Discrimination and Abuse at Electric Car Factory

On a fall evening in 2015, Owen Diaz went to drop off food for his 20-year-old son Demetric, whom he’d helped find a job...

Apple’s Revenue Declines for the First Time in 13 Years

Don't say they didn't warn you. Apple posted a year-over-year decline in revenue today, the first time the company's failed to grow its business...

Tribune Media Stations, WGN America Go Dark on Dish Network Amid Carriage Dispute

Tribune Media's 42 owned or operated TV stations and the WGN America cable network went dark in pay TV giant Dish Network's homes at...

Hackers Break Into Password Manager OneLogin

Hackers have gained access to OneLogin, an online password manager that offers a single sign-on to multiple websites and services. OneLogin says in a blog...

Tim Cook Meets with Chinese Vice Premier After iCloud is Hacked

Apple CEO Tim Cook met with Chinese vice premier Ma Kai today, as reports circulated that Chinese authorities might be redirecting iCloud traffic within...

Is Mark Zuckerberg Planning to Run for President In 2020? Facebook Founder Reveals He...

In previous years, he has run 365 miles, built a simple home AI, read 25 books and learnt Mandarin. Now Mark Zuckerberg has revealed his...

Tim Cook Thinks Augmented Reality Will be Bigger Than Virtual Reality

Apple CEO Tim Cook seems to be a much bigger fan of augmented reality than virtual reality. During an interview with Good Morning America...

Want to Hire a Hacker? Go To Hacker’s List

A new service, dubbed Hacker's List, wants to be the Craigslist of professional hackers. Its goal? Connect those who need shadowy services with those...

Zenefits CEO David Sacks Resigns Amid Speculation He is Going to Assist Trump

Zenefits CEO David Sacks is stepping down amid speculation that he has been tapped by billionaire technology investor Peter Thiel to assist president-elect Donald...

Google Search Now Displaying Song Lyrics on Search Results Pages

Google Search for the Web has reportedly started displaying song lyrics right at the top of its search results pages, powered by Google Play. The...

Amazon Echo Now Reads Your Kindle Books to You

In addition to serving as your connection to Amazon's vast inventory of products, Amazon Echo can now also read your Kindle books to you. And...

Microsoft Acquires Cycle Computing

Microsoft today announced that it has acquired Cycle Computing, a twelve-year-old Connecticut-based company that focuses on helping enterprises orchestrate high-performance computing jobs, large data...

Here’s How You Can Get a Free Vive Virtual Reality Headset from Valve and...

You like free gear? Interested in cutting edge stuff? Know how to program? If you’re shaking your head yes, have we got a deal...

Facebook Suspends Data Firm Cubeyou

Facebook Inc. suspended another data firm after allegations surfaced that it may have improperly handled users’ information. The social media giant said it suspended Cubeyou...

Home Depot Aiming to Offer Apple Pay at Its 2,000 Stores

Home Depot Inc. has the goal of offering Apple Inc.’s mobile-payment platform at its more than 2,000 stores, which would make it the largest...

5 Things We Still Don’t Know About Russian Hackers’ Theft of 1.2 Billion Passwords

There’s still much that’s unclear about Tuesday’s revelation that a small group of hackers in Russia have amassed a database of 1.2 billion stolen user IDs and passwords....