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One of Google's latest experiments may change the way consumers interact with wearable devices.
Reports say Intel is close to a $15 billion deal for Altera.
Europe has the best hurricane forecasting model, for a variety of reasons, including funding. The U.S. could catch up if it was organized better.
The Google I/O conference begins Thursday, and the Android faithful will hear some big updates on the tech giant's vast ecosystem.
Apple could be adding public transportation directions to its mapping app, according to 9to5Mac, which cited unnamed sources.
Video game hardware maker Nvidia is testing autonomous cars that use its graphics processors.
Google is allowing tweets to appear in its mobile search results, benefiting companies and users alike.
LG Display unveiled its 'wallpaper' TV that is no thicker than a sticker at an event in South Korea, reports NBC news.
The smartphone market is about to become extinct, and Apple could become the next BlackBerry. Seriously.
Apple has acquired yet another mapping technology company. That could mean major improvements in Apple Maps after its botched introduction in 2012.
Third-party devices enabled with HomeKit are slated to come to market in June, an Apple spokesman told The Wall Street Journal.
As outgoing Cisco CEO John Chambers prepares for his last earnings call, here's what investors should look for.
C.H.I.P, a tiny $9 computer, blew past its $50,000 funding goal by several factors and still has 26 days to go.
When outsize smartphones first came out, many scoffed at the massive screen sizes. Now, consumers seem crazy for the so-called "phablets."
Chris Morris, associate vice president at IDC's Asia Pacific ICT Services Group, discusses how companies are coping with the need for infrastructure changes amid technological developments.
Google is a great tech investment from now until year-end, according to portfolio manager Lew Piantedosi at Eaton Vance.
Xiaomi, the world's third-largest smartphone maker, is muscling into the U.S. market with an online store that will sell smart accessories.
Will Alibaba continue to benefit from current tailwinds? R.J. Hottovy, strategist at Morningstar, previews its earnings report.
Apple is expected to unveil its TV plans next month, including a redesigned remote control and a plan to entice cord-cutters.
What’s on the agenda for Cisco? Chuck Robbins will succeed John Chambers as the next chief executive of the company.