Apple Pays $3 Billion for Dr. Dre’s Beats

Apple has officially announced that it has purchased Dr. Dre’s Beats Electronics for $3 billion. With iTunes sales slowing, the move gives Apple something it...

Apple Working on Software that Allows iPhone to be Used for Home Automation

The geniuses at Apple say they're working on a new software platform which will let you use that iPhone as a remote control for...

Google Developing Driverless Car that Requires No Steering Wheel, No Brakes

Google is doubling down on the most quixotic research project in its Google X research lab: driverless cars. At the Code Conference, an annual $6,500-a-ticket tech...

WATCH: Microsoft Takes Apple to the Mat with Surface Pro 3

Microsoft had Apple in the cross hairs when it introduced the Surface Pro 3 tablet last week. Every one of Apple's tablet rivals has...

Sony CEO Sees Wearable Gaming Gear in the Company’s Future

In Sony’s version of the future, wearables will be an extension not only of smartphones, but of game consoles too. Sony’s wearables could work with...

Tangible Play Creates New iPad Game That Connects Real-World Toys

Tangible Play, a new start-up company, is aiming to bring the digital and the real world experiences together for kids. With the rapid growth...

Apple Asks Court to Make Samsung Remove Infringing Features

Following up on a jury verdict, Apple has asked a court in California to order Samsung Electronics to stop using features that were found...

Researchers Claim People Are ‘Giving Away Moments’ by Trying to Record Them

Experts have warned that the obsession with recording and sharing every moment could be having an adverse effect on our memories. One psychologist has claimed...

YouTube Develops Creator-centric Mobile App, Complete with Crowdfunding Feature

YouTube wants to keep its content creators happy and is planning to release a new mobile app that will help them make the most...

Intel, Apple, Google, and Adobe to Pay $325 Million to Settle Employment Anti-trust Lawsuit

Apple Inc., Google Inc., Intel Corp. and Adobe Systems Inc. agreed to pay $324.5 million to settle an employee antitrust lawsuit over claims they...

eBay Faces Backlash for Slow Handling of Hack Attack

Online marketplace eBay is facing questions over its handling of a hack attack that exposed millions of passwords and other data. A promised feature obliging...

eBay Reveals Hacking Attack; Says Client Information Was Stolen

E-commerce company eBay Inc said client identity information including emails, addresses and birthdays was stolen in a hacking attack between late February and early March. EBay urged users...

China Bans Installation of Windows 8 on Government Computers

China has banned government use of Windows 8, Microsoft Corp's latest operating system, a blow to a U.S. technology company that has long struggled...

Symantec Targets Small Businesses with New Security Suite and Money-back Guarantee

Symantec’s latest product, Norton Small Business, is perhaps the most well-rounded and ambitious offering the company has inserted into its product array for small...

Facebook Reportedly Developing Snapchat-like App Called “Slingshot”

Snapchat might just have pressed on the patience of Mark Zuckererg as it has been reported that Mark is looking after the development of an “ephemeral messaging” app called Slingshot, which...

Google and Apple End Legal Battles Over Smartphone Patents

Apple and Google have agreed to end all outstanding litigation between them relating to smartphones in what is a major breakthrough for the two...

FCC to Open Public Debate on Proposed Net Neutrality Rules

Federal regulators appear to share one view about net neutrality: It is a good thing. But defining net neutrality? That’s where things get messy. On Thursday,...

FCC Moving Towards ‘Two-Lane Web’

The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday voted in favor of advancing a proposal that could dramatically reshape the way consumers experience the Internet, opening...

New Cyberweapon: Hackers Now Using ‘Ransomware’ to Hold Computers Hostage and Demand Money from...

On a bitter cold Friday in January, an ominous warning popped up on a computer screen at the Chamber of Commerce in Bennington, Vt. The...

Google CEO Eric Schmidt says European Court Ruling that People Can Have Personal Information...

The European court that ruled individuals have the right to be removed from search results "struck the wrong balance", according to Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt. "Google...