Texting, dialing cellphone while driving raises crash risk especially for teens, study finds
Forget 2014, poll finds worried Americans predict nation in downhill slide clear through 2050
New high-tech San Antonio library offers look at a future without traditional book collections
Hewlett-Packard confirms that higher layoffs are expected through October 2014
On the 100th anniversary of commercial flights, airline CEOs weigh in on the coming century
Legal experts hope to use technology to make some legal assistance available and affordable to all Americans, by facilitating the creation of court-approved documents for basic services.
Netflix plans 50 percent pay hike for chairman, CEO Hastings in 2014
Snapchat to issue more secure app after hacking exposes millions of user phone numbers
Review: New camera phones, Mayday help among notable tech innovations in 2013
Despite more gadgets, electricity usage in US homes is falling to levels last seen in 2001
Feds announce drone testing sites in Alaska, Nevada, New York, North Dakota, Texas, Virginia
Bank of America, Newmont Mining, Plug Power and Urban Outfitters are big market movers
A crystal ball for small business? A guide to what owners can look forward to in 2014
US stocks fall on first day of the New Year; Declines led by technology companies
Grand Canyon reduces fees for aircraft that meet standard for quiet technology at park
Samsung launches 110-inch U-HD TV for $150,000 in South Korea
If you like using social apps on your smartphone, some new trends may define the way you communicate in 2014.
The constant use of mobile devices raises the risk of an eye syndrome, according to doctors of opthalmology. One of the problems: mobile users don't blink enough.