Internet connectivity to North Korea was restored late Friday after a day-and-a-half-long outage that the country's official media blamed on international hacking.
Google will pay $7 million to settle complaints from dozens of U.S. states about its unauthorized collection of personal data transmitted over Wi-Fi networks.
Researchers at the Xerox-owned Palo Alto Research Center have developed a new manufacturing method that can help make solar panels more efficient and increase the energy density of batteries.
Skype soft-launched a video messaging service on Friday that allows its subscribers to deliver recorded clips to Skype contacts for playback when they come online.
The white case and bright green trim of One Laptop Per Child's laptops have made them among the most recognizable in the world, and last week Nicholas Negroponte, former head of the OLPC project and co-founder of the MIT Media Lab, explained their origin.
The website of the U.S. Sentencing Commission, which establishes sentencing policies for the federal court system, was offline for much of Saturday as a result of the attack.
Intel saw sales and profits drop in 2012, as the company was hit by a slide in demand for personal computers and its continued inability to make it big in the smartphone and tablet markets, but its data center business continued to grow.
Shipments of smartphones with screens 5 inches or larger will more than double this year, as consumers are increasingly attracted to the large screen sizes offered by the phones, according to a prediction from IHS iSuppli.
Sony's president says he wasn't completely surprised by Nvidia's announcement that it plans to launch an Android-based portable gaming device.
Perhaps taking a leaf from Apple's book, Nvidia kept its greatest surprise at CES for the end of its news conference: an Android-based portable gaming device based on its new Tegra 4 chip.
An Android tablet that can receive both conventional and mobile digital TV transmissions will be among the gadgets unveiled at next week's International CES in Las Vegas.
Violence in video games and other aspects of pop culture in the U.S. will be among the areas examined as part of an investigation aimed at reducing gun violence in the country.
Google has changed the way it handles image searches so that pornographic pictures are less likely to be presented to those who aren't looking for them.