Put down that hollowed out copy of War & Peace! Pretty soon, you may not have to hide your iPad mini during takeoff and landing. The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is moving toward relaxing the rules about using electronic devices on airplanes
The world's largest Bitcoin exchange says it will shut down U.S. dollar cash withdrawals for two weeks while it upgrades its systems. Other currency withdrawals are not affected.
So much for the idea of an Internet connection making software more secure to cracking attempts.
Researchers in Japan have come up with a novel way to keep your face out of other people’s snapshots taken on digital cameras, smartphones, and possibly Google Glass.
GameStick production molds are ready, the industrial design is finished, and yet PlayJam’s shipping target is slipping once again. This time the date moves from June to early August.
Telsa will demonstrate its battery-swap technology Thursday at the company’s design studio in Hawthorne, California. The swap demo comes just weeks after Musk said Tesla would triple the number of supercharging stations across the U.S. in 2013, including stations in most major metropolitan areas.
Solar powered charging devices for your mobile devices will pop up all around New York City this summer.
Samsung's lates variation of the Galaxy S4 will access the LTE Advanced network which (eventually) will deliver download speeds as high at 1 gbps.
Microsoft's early vulnerability disclosures to the U.S. may give the government both a shield and a sword.
Amazon’s new 3D printing section is a one-stop shop for used and new printers such as the MakerBot Replicator 2, plastic filament to stock up your machine, books, software, and various parts and supplies.
A Florida man accused of armored truck robberies is calling on the NSA to help establish his alibi—and innocence.
Ouya's rogue presence irks tradeshow organizers.