BlackBerry founder Lazaridis considering buying the phone maker and taking it private
New iPhone models to hit the market in more countries starting on Oct. 25
Participants in 4-H National Youth Science Day have hands-on experience in one of the fastest growing occupational fields in the country - spatial technologies, including GIS and GPS mapping.
Anne Arundel Co. bars police officers from using hand-held cellphones behind the wheel
San Francisco authorities: Passengers on smartphones didn't notice man with gun before slaying
Global PC shipments fall in 3rd quarter, the 6th straight decline; rebound seen in 2015
Toyota drops price, adds features on slow-selling plug-in Prius
Yahoo's email embraces some features popularized by Gmail in 2nd overhaul in less than a year
Nuance reaches deal with Carl Icahn to add 2 of his nominees, including his son, to its board
A look at how new Samsung Note tablet compares with other tablets of similar size
Review: PC-like multitasking impressive on new Samsung tablet, but device is heavy and pricey
At this year's CyberMaryland conference some Maryland high school students are spending time in a way that could benefit the nation in the near future.
Beer experts call yeast "the conductor of the orchestra." The American Society for Microbiology is trying to help beer lovers understand the synergy between microbiology and brewing beer. The key? Keeping the yeast happy.
Twitter is making millions selling information about what's being tweeted about.
Samsung to debut smartphone with curved display in South Korea _ for $1,000
LAPD tests out new electric motorcycles, but will they run out of juice?
US adults score below international average on global workplace skills test
New $279 HP laptop runs Google's Internet-centric Chrome system