BlackBerry has been very publically struggling this year, after trying to push the reset button in January, so it shouldn't come as much of a surprise that it posted a huge loss and other dreadful numbers for its third quarter. Now the question is, "Whither BlackBerry?"
The United States National Security Agency has officially estimated that Edward Snowden might be sitting on top of a pile of 1.5 million secret documents taken from the agency, so expect the leaks to keep coming. The latest one, published on Friday by the Guardian and others, concerns some high-profile intelligence targets that the NSA has purportedly targeted in the past.
More and more potential Google Glass competitors are coming out of the woodwork, as we approach 2014, when Google's smartglasses are likely to get a wide release for consumers. The newest possible competitor is from long-time smartglass developer Meta, which is now taking pre-orders for the MetaPro.
When Motorola put the customizable Moto X on a huge discount for a Cyber Monday Sale, the response was great; so much that it overwhelmed Motorola's customization website until it crashed. As promised, that deal is back, and the Moto X's customization site is now ready for heavy traffic.
Google published its latest transparency report on Thursday, revealing a record number of content removal requests from governments and a precipitous rise in the rate of those requests over previous periods.
Atheer is a little-known startup with an IndieGoGo campaign that's only reached a little over 10 percent of its goal. Why is that interesting? Because the tiny company is planning on offering a pair of smartglasses that offers something Google Glass can't do: immersive 3D augmented reality.
Target told its customers on Thursday that it had been the victim of a massive data breach, in which the data from up to 40 million credit and debit cards may have been stolen. Anyone who shopped at a brick-and-mortar Target store starting just before Black Friday (Nov. 27) to Dec. 15, 2013 may be at risk from the breach.
For some in the Latino community in California, all they want for Christmas is the ability to access the internet. Though the digital divide is slowly closing, many low-income Latinos are being left out, which is why a couple of organizations in California are taking action this season to help close the gap.
Despite fewer unwanted revelations about the agency's spying program being published in recent days, this has not been a very good week for the National Security Agency. On Wednesday, the latest in a string of public challenges to the NSA's wide-reaching spying hit the web, and this time it's President Obama's own appointed panel of experts.
Google has released another one of its periodic updates to the software for its smartglasses, Google Glass, and it includes the long-awaited Wink functionality for photography, for a start.
There are Lego projects, and then there are Lego Projects: this next story takes the crown.
The Mac Pro, Apple's new high-tech professional computer, boiled down into a tiny black cylinder, is being released on Thursday, Dec. 19. Here's what you need to know.
Facebook has been toying with the idea of video ads for users' News Feeds for a few years, though despite its limited experiments, the social media giant hasn't enabled them for all users yet. That may change soon, as the company has announced its testing a new auto-play video ad feature.
Amid pushback from tech companies and a federal judge calling the surveillance efforts by the National Security Agency "almost certainly" unconstitutional, President Obama met with top technology executives on Tuesday. The discussion was purportedly to be about Obama's "tech surge" to fix the problems plaguing Healthcare.gov, but tech executives had a different topic in mind.
The National Security Agency can listen in to phone calls made from devices using the most common wireless standard in the world. According to recent reports, a widely used GSM (also known as 2G) wireless encryption standard is easy pickings for the NSA.
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The superhero movie "Deadpool" has crushed box-office records despite the restricted rating (Rated R) given to the film.
This was the first time in their 52 years in the industry to reveal three cover girls.