The fitting tribute comes just a day after the first U.S. woman to fly in space -- a modern-day Earhart in her own right -- lost her battle with pancreatic cancer.
The new compact interchangeable-lens camera has an APS-C sensor, but it lacks the heft of the Canon’s full-blown digital SLRs.
President Barack Obama says foreign adversaries could seek to exploit U.S. computer vulnerabilities, taking down vital banking systems, and that could cause a financial crisis.
Several members of Congress want to know how consumer privacy is protected when law enforcement buys customer usage records from carriers.
The budget device may tablet reset expectations of an inexpensive tablet, but barely a week after its release, users have gripes.
Calls to East Coast retailers on Sunday morning show most retail stores selling the Nexus 7 don't have it yet, are sold out, or only have a few left.
In some ways, Windows Phone feels more social than iOS and Android and with back-to-school season ramping up, Nokia's high-end LTE handset is a great bet for socially-savvy young people.
All the talk about who's knocking off whom is getting old, and consumers don't want to be caught in the middle of the wrangling between the two consumer electronics makers.
Saturday's doodle infuses Google's name in gold into a reproduction of "The Kiss," which is arguably the late Austrian painter's most famous piece of art.
Add to the list of concerns about drones in U.S. airspace the chance of hacking and redirection by terrorists, researchers warn.
The latest gripe with Facebook to light up the blogosphere apparently affects people who synchronize their address book with their Facebook contacts.
It's getting decent reviews from users, although a big complaint is the browser now available for iPhone and iPad is slower than Apple's Safari.
Severe storms wiping out power to 2 million people in the eastern US cause an outage of Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud in northern Virginia.