Microsoft is fighting a government search warrant seeking customer emails stored abroad in a case that could have far-reaching implications for how tech companies deal with law enforcement.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo, North America’s largest video game trade show, pumps
$45 million into the local economy.
No one can deny that most Americans are becoming increasingly dependent on third party apps. While using apps can definitely enrich your life, like everything else, there can also be a downside in using them.
Apple has changed its Made For iPhone standard to include headphones that connect to iOS devices via the Lightning port instead of the headphone jack.
Regardless of how fast your train may be moving, if you're usingAmtrak's WiFi service aboard any of its trains, the internet is likely to be quite slow, if it's working at all.
Today's digitally inclined job market has many professionals questioning if they should learn how to code html to bring their business to the next level.
As the company revealed Monday, Apple's next mobile operating system means significant changes for how iPhone users send and receive messages.
Turkish authorities have restored access to YouTube five days after the country's highest court ruled that the two-month ban on the video-sharing website violates freedom of expression.
On Monday the U.S. ambassador to Switzerland and Liechtenstein, Suzi LeVine, was sworn in using a Kindle Touch.
Google just did
something few tech companies have shown interest in doing: It seriously
confronted the issue of diversity—or, rather, its lack thereof.