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The USB 3.0 Promoter Group says the new USB Type-C connector spec, which will eliminate the need to orient plugs for ports, is scheduled for release by mid-2014.
Based on the animated "How to Train Your Dragon" film franchise, DreamWorks Dragons Adventure harnesses the power of Nokia's HERE Maps.
Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates have promised a multi-year investment in EducationSuperHighway's mission to bring high-speed broadband to the nation's K-12 public schools.
Like Uber, the food delivery specialist is promising lightning-fast Christmas tree deliveries to users who place their online orders, but with a wider range of tree choices available.
Less than two weeks after the Xbox One hit store shelves, gamers have already spent more than 50 million hours on their new consoles, Microsoft revealed on Tuesday.
Nintendo on Wednesday announced two new Pok?n X and Y 2DS bundles slated to hit store shelves in the U.S. this week.
According to researchers, scammers have scooped up more than 2 million passwords for sites like Facebook, Google, and Yahoo, but it appears that the data was stolen via malware-infected machines rather than a hack of those companies' systems.
Windows users can now tap into the all-in-one capabilities of personal finance service Mint, available today as mobile and desktop apps.
Linux-heavy gaming platform Valve is showcasing its devotion to the operating system by enrolling with the nonprofit Linux Foundation an organization dedicated to growing Linux.
Hacker and security analyst Samy Kamkar published details about SkyJack, which he said can intercept and take control of drones.
Miley Cyrus twerked her way to the top this year, unseating Kim Kardashian as the most-searched person on Yahoo in 2013, the web giant revealed Wednesday.
The rise of the large-screen smartphone, or phablet, could eat into the 7-inch tablet market in the years to come, while Apple's new iPad Air might provide a boost for bigger tablets, IDC said.
Russian manufacturer Yota Devices today launched the world's first two-sided, "always-on" smartphone, on sale in select European markets.
From Cyber Monday sales figures to SpaceX's successful satellite launch, here's what you missed on Tuesday.
Google has quietly entered the robotics ring, under the leadership of Andy Rubin, former head of the company's Android operating system.
The big-box hardware retailer and the app-based car service are joining forces to deliver Christmas trees in 10 U.S. cities, the companies said Wednesday.
Publicity stunts like this are why Amazon doesn't advertise. Media fawning on Jeff Bezos's stupid ideas is all the company needs to stay in the public eye.
Monday's shopping bonanza saw U.S. consumers fork over 18 percent more in total online spending than they did during last year's Cyber Monday sales period, comScore reports.
The private space firm launched an SES-8 satellite atop its Falcon 9 rocket and inserted the telecommunications platform into a geosynchronous transfer orbit high above the Earth.