A California woman won't have to pay that ticket she got in October, though a court commissioner affirmed that it's illegal to drive and use Glass at the same time.
A settlement with a notorious patent troll should serve as a warning to other companies, said the New York State Attorney General
Forthcoming spectrum auctions will determine availability of additional blocks of unlicensed spectrum.
The ruling confirms an earlier trade court ruling and marks another victory for Apple.
TV networks are suing the startup for streaming local broadcast TV over the Internet.
Data collection by companies, particularly related to the Internet of things, need to be discussed
Movement on the controversial issue should be possible this year, says Penny Pritzker
At this year's International CES, the most valuable real estate isn't the prime exhibit areas in the huge halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center. It's you.
The new TV sets already make up at least 10 percent of Sony's TV sales
The Salinas circle was part of the launch of the company's new Tegra K1 chip
The next model in the in iconic range will feature an advanced telemetry system from Cosworth
MRAM and RRAM chips are starting to move beyond niche and could change your PC experience in a few years.
Display makers are still struggling to reliably produce OLED screens at screen sizes large enough for televisions
For all the solid technology shown at CES, there's an equal amount of "throw it out and see what sticks" gadgets and gizmos. Here are some products that didn't work or didn't materialize.
The spy agency is working on a cryptographically useful quantum computer, according to The Washington Post