Our fascination with mummies never gets old. Now the British Museum is using the latest technology to unwrap their ancient mysteries.
Tanisha Verdejo loves to surf the Internet for shopping deals. She chats on Facebook, learns about new recipes and enjoys sending emails to friends and family. Verdejo, who can't see or hear, could do none of that a year ago.
Music subscription service Rhapsody International says its paying subscribers have grown 63 percent to 1.7 million over the past year.
Microsoft will end support for Windows XP on Tuesday, and with an estimated 30 percent of businesses and consumers still using the operating system, the move could put everything from the operations of heavy industry to the identities of everyday people in danger.
A 5-year-old San Diego boy has outwitted the sharpest minds at Microsoft - he's found a backdoor to the Xbox.
Google Glass is like a fickle friend. Surprises await, such as the time it took a photo of my ceiling while I was making carrot and ginger soup.
A new mobile messaging application called FireChat is empowering nearby smartphone users to stay in touch even when there's no cellular service or Internet connection.
The $279 square device clips on to your shirt collar or jacket pocket and takes a photo automatically every 30 seconds.
Microsoft is showcasing a new virtual assistant as part of an upcoming update for Windows phones.
Amazon is introducing a set top box that allows streaming of online video content to televisions.
Applications that can be downloaded to smartphones and tablets are part of many weddings today, from the initial planning to the honeymoon.
Maple sugar-makers are harnessing new technology to keep the precious sap flowing.
Microsoft is following through on a promise to update its Windows 8 operating system on a regular basis to respond to consumers' complaints and other feedback.
Is it too easy for high-tech companies to patent inventions that are not really new, but simply take an old idea and blend it with computer wizardry? The Supreme Court wrestled with that question Monday.
The fiercest rivalry in the world of smartphones is heading back to court this week in the heart of the Silicon Valley, with Apple and Samsung accusing each other, once again, of ripping off designs and features.