Google is acquiring a mood-based digital streaming music service called Songza, the company announced Tuesday.
The Los Angeles Unified School District is making a change to its program to provide every student with an iPad. The district will now let some high school students get laptops instead.
Facebook appears to be giving up on plans to dominate your phone. The New York Times reports the company is disbanding the team working on its Facebook Home software.
According to a Gallup study, 62 percent of Americans don’t feel influenced at all by social media when it comes to their shopping and purchasing habits.
Microsoft’s much talked about Surface Pro 3 tablet is out, but our technology analyst says it could be priced kind of high considering that $899 doesn’t get you the optional keyboard attachment.
Facebook is gearing up to take on Snapchat once again by launching its own disappearing messaging app, Slingshot.
A new measure proposed by the Obama Administration would give federal officials the authority to set restrictions on the use of mapping and traffic apps if they are deemed to be dangerous.
Microsoft is making headlines during the E3 conference by announcing that last year’s roll-out of the Xbox One was flawed.
If the back of your computer looks like a bird’s nest you’ll be happy with Intel’s announcement this week. The chip maker is aiming to eliminate all those pesky PC cables by 2016.
Despite reaching its 10th year in production, Sony has announced plans to stop making their gaming device, PlayStation Portable.