Ford, University of Michigan open new lab to speed development of electric car batteries
Twitter is changing one of the ways users communicate. In the past two users had to follow each other before sending a direct message - now you can get a DM from any follower.
Analog Devices selling its microphone business for $100 million to InvenSense
Facebook opening first office in Israel, acquiring Israeli mobile tech startup
Tata Consultancy profits up 16.4 percent on solid demand, big new clients, currency gains
One of the reasons people share photos on Snapchat is because they know they disappear after viewing for 10 seconds or less -- a new app lets the recipient permanently save the Snapchats, without the sender's knowledge.
Maryland officials to announce completion of broadband network
First-time director secretly shoots feature film 'Escape from Tomorrow' at Disney parks
Google to change terms to use your name, photos, reviews in ads; users can opt out
Brazil creating encrypted email for government use in effort to battle spying by US, others
'Bionic man' walks, breathes with artificial organs, limbs
Tips for avoiding trouble when shopping for health insurance policies on new marketplaces
Disclosures of government surveillance prompt widespread backlash
Scott Carpenter, pioneering astronaut and 2nd American in orbit, dies at age 88
Grief vs. technology: Loved ones lose voice messages of the dead because of phone upgrades
Vodafone says takeover for Kabel Deutschland, Germany's largest cable operator, is complete
Technology has given families a way to hear their loved ones' voices long after they've passed, providing them some solace during the grieving process. But like they and so many others have suddenly learned, the voices aren't saved forever.
Apple is seeking a patent for technology to flip a falling phone in midair or use built-in jets to cushion its landing.
Machines are starting to determine who's right for the job. And, what's more, they're even predicting who will be the star employee.