Yahoo will cut 15 percent of its workforce and close some online services in a major turnaround plan announced Tuesday.
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency has seized tens of thousands of hoverboards in the last month in a crack down on a hot holiday gift that's been held responsible for several home fires.
With Guest Wi-Fi, Google OnHub users can control exactly which devices visitors may access.
Using software agents and a set-top box, Screen limits the time your kids spent watching TV and using computers, tablets, and phones to what you want.
Microsoft stepped up efforts to expand the reach of its Yammer work social network -- and better compete with other workplace collaboration tools -- announcing Tuesday that any organization with an Office 365 subscription will gain access to the service and have it automatically activated.
Here's yet another new application of machine learning: MIT has developed a system for fixing errors in bug-riddled code.
Super-thin "Project Sputnik" XPS 13 laptops from Dell with Ubuntu Linux and Intel Skylake chips are around the corner.
Samsung's head-first jump into virtual reality continues with a new gadget that could help fill the VR content gap.
Goodbye Safe Harbor, hello Privacy Shield: that's the name given by European Union and U.S. negotiators to the deal they struck on Tuesday under which transfers of personal data between the two regions can proceed.
The carrier has since backed off, but not before selling at least some of the phones through its online store.
Electronic Arts' Madden 16 football simulation, as well as Microsoft's Bing algorithm, both have picked the Panthers to win the Super Bowl on Sunday.
The potential for the power cords on some Microsoft Surface Pro tablets to cause fire and electric shock has led to a recall.
Seagate faces a lawsuit over allegedly high failure rates in 3 TB consumer hard drives.
Steam users are moving towards Microsoft's latest operating system in large numbers, but Windows 7 still reigns supreme.
Some of the more popular wearables from Fitbit, Jawbone, and Garmin don't just let you track your fitness, they let other people track you too.