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Years in the making, the spacecraft which could one day take humans to Mars will blast off for its maiden voyage on Dec. 4.
Motorola has two potential Android phones of the year, but how do they compare? Read on for a side-by-side breakdown.
Apple is still the king of tablets, followed by Samsung, Asus, and Lenovo, but there's a surprising firm at No. 5.
Sony's PS4 is selling like gangbusters, but its Xperia phone lineup is having trouble competing against iPhone.
There is little argument among Pew respondents that expansive use of the Web exposes all of us to major vulnerabilities.
The update comes shortly after BlackBerry's CEO penned an open letter that talked up BlackBerry's strengths.
Hours after the Apple CEO came out, Vitaly Milonov said he wants a lifetime prohibition on Cook's entrance into Russia.
Have a question for Mark Zuckerberg? Submit your queries now and he might answer them during a Nov. 6 livestream.
Gottfrid Warg faces up to six years in prison after a Danish court finds him guilty of breaking into computers owned by IT services firm CSC.
A new survey of U.S. professionals by Evolve IP points to the pluses and pitfalls of technology that tethers employees to the office.
Less than a year after taking over Google's robotics division, Rubin is reportedly departing to found a start-up incubator.
There isn't much in the way of new products at PhotoPlus this year, but attendees can get hands-on time with cameras that were announced last month at Photokina.
PCalc seemed to have run afoul of Apple's policies regarding what apps can do in the Notification Center.
The promotion lasts until Nov. 1 and includes a number of games, utility productivity, photography, and reading apps.
In a bid to top 1.1 million subscribers, the WWE Network no longer requires a 6-month commitment for its cheaper tier.