Two filings in two weeks bring unexpected moments to Silicon Valley high-tech trials
The ride-for-hire service could have faced legal action under New York's price gouging statute, so it quickly changes course.
A mistake left thousands of Social Security numbers in publicly available files
The Target breach could speed up the switch to chip-based EMV cards, hopefully.
But the restaurant chain still hasn't said how many cards were affected or how the data was stolen
The first 5G network is expected sometime around 2020 in Japan or South Korea.
The company has become the latest in a string of major tech players to disclose employee diversity details
The Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator is a test bed for technology that could be used on a mission to Mars
The smartphone kill switch appears to be on its way to every handset sold in the U.S. So what's all the fuss about?
Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Yelp are among the apps being developed for Fire, according to Amazon.
After a year of pressure, U.S. law enforcement officials announce a major success in their phone anti-theft push
The average subscriber line carries 801 megabytes of data per month, said the CTIA.
A new version of Unicode supports emoji, currency symbols and historic languages
If innovation is only market-driven, inventions may leave the world even more divided, he said
Plaintiffs allege LinkedIn improperly profited from their names by sending multiple invites to join the site to their contacts.