Drone shows can be fun to watch, much like fireworks displays. Intel's been flying an army of hundreds of drones that move in a coordinated fashion, creating an effect that looks like a mid-air ballet.
Jeff Weiner, the CEO of LinkedIn, is very impressed with Snap's Spectacles and the way they've been launched through vending machines that appear in locations for a limited time.
The social network's foray into football and other programming is behind the push into your living room.
The spyware impacted some prepaid and international models, but Blu says that a software fix has patched the privacy breach.
Google's cross-platform chat app is continues to improve in its bid to lure users from other services.
Want to visit Manhattan? Tokyo? The Grand Canyon? With Google Earth VR for the HTX Vive you can (sort of) do it from the comfort of your living room.
Google says that it can translate entire sentences at once, which is far more accurate than just tackling one word at a time.
The U.S. government needs to pass regulations mandating internet of things security measures before device vulnerabilities start killing people, one security expert told lawmakers.
Microsoft packed SQL Server 2016 with new advanced features that are supposed to help it compete with a suite of other database software. But some of the most advanced capabilities in the relational database software were restricted to the most expensive Enterprise edition. That's about to change.
Not sure what to watch? Google Fiber TV app subscribers can now get recommendations on their best viewing options.
Microsoft's Connect developer conference kicked off Wednesday with some expected news: the next versions of the Visual Studio IDE have arrived on Windows and Mac. (Yep, you read that right.)
Over the past few years, Microsoft has been pushing its love of Linux and open source, and now it's joined the Linux Foundation.
You probably can't fit it in your pocket, but Seagate's 5TB portable hard drive won't weight down your backpack either.
There's one small glimmer of hope in the relationship between Google and Microsoft: Google has joined the .NET Foundation, to help drive forward the programming language Microsoft created.
With scheduling, reminders, and other features, these apps make crossing tasks off a list even more satisfying.