President Barack Obama signed a memorandum Friday that frees up wireless spectrum that the government is not using for private sector use.
Amazon.com is reportedly getting into the grocery business in the Bay Area. The online shopping giant, which has been offering deliveries in the Seattle area, plans to expand its service to the Bay Area by the end of the year according to Reuters.
Wearable technology was a hot button topic at the conference in Southern California.
Twitter is booming as a social media destination for teenagers who complain about too many adults and too much drama on Facebook, according to a new study published Tuesday about online behavior.
The event is a way for people to show off their innovations to a wide-ranging audience.
Research In Motion is making its BlackBerry Messenger service available on competing devices, including Android and iPhone.
HTC’s Facebook phone isn’t producing sales in comparison to all the hype it received when it was originally announced.
It’s great that we can now get the Internet on planes now, but often times the connection is too slow. The Federal Communications Commission is reportedly taking steps to bring faster, cheaper Wi-Fi connections on airplanes.
Photo and video-sharing app Snapchat has a bonus feature that kids might love but parents might fear. The app automatically deletes the message seconds after it’s viewed.
Staples has become the first big-box retailer to start selling 3-D printers despite concerns they can be used to print a working gun.