From executive gaffes to failed devices, there was plenty to talk about in tech in 2014.» Read More
Your cell phone has a big limitation: It doesn't give the 911 operator your exact location. "It's a public safety hazard," says one safety advocate.
Cloud storage company Dropbox recently corrected a bug that allowed potentially sensitive data to leak to the Internet at large, reported the BBC.
Nike's decision to stop its FuelBandfitness-tracking bracelet last month sent shockwaves through the wearables industry.
Rumors are swirling that the Alibaba IPO filing will happen this week. CNBC's Kayla Tausche reveals who stands to make big money from the IPO.
The latest version of Google Maps comes with a few nice new features, among which is the ability to check for nearby Uber cars and request one.
Somehow, an unsuspecting civilian received parts of a NOAA drone delivered by UPS, NBC News reports.
What your business can learn from the Twitter escapades of Seth Rogen, Stephen Colbert and the NYPD.
Twitter dropped sharply as nearly 500 million shares were set to hit the market as the lockup period expires.
Facebook looking to tap into the lucrative small business market to increase ad revenue.
Aaron Vermut, Prosper Marketplace CEO, discusses the company's alternative online lending platform and strong growth in the sector.
A software company has unveiled a mobile app that lets you lock your credit or debit card until you want to use it.
If you've been anticipating some new category-defining hardware at Apple's upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference, don't hold your breath.
If you've ever wished you could snap a bigger screen on your smartphone, this crazy little gadget might pique your interest, NBC News reports.
Samsung now offers its new Gear 2 to consumers, which addresses all the major issues the Galaxy Gear had.
Think your new smartphone is safe from cyberattacks? Think again. Many Android phones are vulnerable, as updates are not widely prevalent.
Google began offering its same-day delivery service, Shopping Express, days after Amazon announced it was offering same-day shipping, NBC reports.
Brendan Iribe, Oculus VR CEO, discusses the virtual reality vision for Oculus' products following its $2 billion acquisition by Facebook.
For the stock to go up, Twitter will need to, to quote Cuba Gooding, Jr., "Show. Me. The Money!," says Michael Yoshikami.
The bitcoin community has a communication problem.
A U.S. jury has ordered Samsung to pay $119.6 million to Apple, far less than Apple had sought in the latest round of their mobile patent litigation.
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Facebook has laid a foundation for entering China, but it could morph its product to Chinese government standards.
"The Interview" marked one of the first major experiments for digital distribution, and pirated copies appeared immediately.
Facebook looks to carry its current momentum into 2015 while competing other social media networks.