The NTSB recommends banning cell phones while driving, the iPad 3 may launch later than expected, shipping deadlines for your holiday gift orders, and more.
If 2011 is any indication, our future relies on robots, insanely high-definition TVs, self-driving cars, and computer intelligence. Take a look.
The National Transportation Safety board recommended that states outlaw the use of all electronic devices while driving, even hands-free phone kits.
The free app for Android and iOS creates digital magazines with text and video, but it runs slowly unless the sync settings are correct.
The Windows Store gets ready to open its doors, the US Department of Justice probes anti-competitive behavior in the pricing of e-books, Verizon delays Google Wallet availability and the Android Market passes 10 billion downloads.
Facebook eyes an IPO, HP plans to give up its spot as top PC producer, far fewer are yearning for Windows 8 tablets, and more.
Students solved hundreds of Rubik's cubes in near record times at Boston's Museum of Science.
Zynga Games has released a new mobile game, Dream Zoo, in time for the holidays.
World Tech Update this week features a special holiday gift guide that take a looks at tablets, e-readers, gaming and more.
The Nook Tablet has a secret, Google Music graduates from beta, Samsung plans a modified Galaxy Tab for Germany, developers speed date with potential employers, and more.
On World Tech Update this week: Barnes & Noble launches its Nook Tablet, Adobe abandons mobile Flash, Microsoft heralds the launch of Windows Phone 7.5, and more.
Microsoft installed a gigantic Windows Phone in New York’s Herald Square Monday to mark the debut of Windows Phone 7.5 devices on store shelves.
In World Tech Update this week: Wikileaks' Assange loses his appeal, Amazon offers free books, HTC ranks as the top smartphone vendor, and more.
IBM’s Watson may not be eligible for cash prizes, but the trivia-savvy computer has beaten a trio of Harvard Business School contestants in a mock 'Jeopardy' competition.
China has built its first supercomputer based entirely on homegrown microprocessors, a major step in breaking the country's reliance on Western technology for...