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It turns out that hobby drones are good for more than just buzzing around tech shows and generally creeping us out.
Micron, SK Hynix, and other NAND flash suppliers helped the global semiconductor industry increase its revenue by 5 percent last year.
Apple sold 43.7 million iPhones between January and March, a non-holiday and March quarter record. iPad, not so much.
POWER8-based servers can crunch Big Data workloads 50 times faster than x86-based systems, according to Big Blue.
If the commission approves this notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM), it will open up to public comment.
The Wi-Fi-enabled Galaxy Tab4 comes in 10.1-inch, 8-inch, and 7-inch screen sizes, starting at $200.
Aereo and TV broadcasters made their case before the Supreme Court this week. Check out some of their arguments.
Lenovo has dropped prices of IdeaPad Flex models, offering a 21 percent savings on the Core i5 configuration.
A New York Police Department campaign to engage the public on Twitter via the #myNYPD hashtag backfired in a big way.
Google lawyer James Maccoun verified emails in which the search giant offered to pay some of Samsung's legal costs.
All over the world, people are sharing more than 700 million photos and 100 million videos every day.
Topping tech headlines Tuesday, Apple is recruiting beta testers for OS X Mavericks, and Lytro has a new gadget.