Recently, Netflix movie-watchers have been interrupted by buffering and the Federal Communications Commission is now trying to find out why.
Soon, with the help of a new technology, you'll be able to send a friend not just a picture of a pizza, but also the scent of a pizza, through phone.
A surge in mobile Internet usage has U.S. regulators considering whether to apply the same "net neutrality" rules to fixed and wireless Internet traffic.
Amazon.com is adding a streaming music service to its Amazon Prime membership benefits.
Connecting a commercial ship to the internet can be expensive but a new device seeks to make that worry a thing of the past.
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.