When it comes to cloud services, Apple has been lagging behind its
rivals, but this week, the tech titan took some steps
to play catch-up.
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.
Someday, VoIP and the growing number of public Wi-Fi hotspots could reshape the wireless industry.
Google just did
something few tech companies have shown interest in doing: It seriously
confronted the issue of diversity—or, rather, its lack thereof.
Google is well known for its innovation- now the company has taken it a step further by getting their driverless cars approved for road travel in California.
Microsoft debuted the Skype Translator on Tuesday which will allow users to commnicate with each other in their language of choice.
What makes the OnePlus One such an amazing deal? Here is a rundown of all its cool features.
After weeks of rumor, Apple finally announced it has acquired headphone maker Beats Electronic for $3 billion from cofounders Dr. Dre. and Jimmy Iovine.
The recent increase of security breaches by "hackers" on the internet are posing a number of risks to online businesses.