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Forget the Watch: iPhones Make Apple Profits Tick

Apple turned in another blow-out quarterly financial report, thanks in large part to continued hot sales of its iPhones.

U.S. Teen Smashes Rubik's Cube World Record

There's a new Rubik's Cube champion in the house, and his name is Collin Burns.

Astronauts Take In 'Gravity' on New 65-Inch Screen

Over the weekend, astronauts aboard the International Space Station raised eyebrows with their choice of movie: "Gravity."

Retail Tracking Company Violated Privacy Policy: FTC

The FTC complaint alleges shoppers didn't know they were being tracked and there was no in store opt-out mechanism for them to use.

Facebook Tool Helps Track Nepal Quake Survivors

Safety Check, which it rolled out last year, asks users in an area affected by disaster or tragedy if they are safe.

Nepal Earthquake Spurs Tech Companies to Action

After a devastating earthquake hit Nepal on Saturday, tech companies are hoping their products can help provide much-needed relief.

Silicon Valley Is Finding it Harder to Ignore the Blind

As companies like Netflix and Uber go from start-ups to tech giants, they are finding it harder to ignore people with disabilities, especially the blind.

Astell & Kern Unveils Flashy New High-End Audio Player

Astell & Kern, makers of luxury audio players, will soon have a flashy new device on the market: the highly pocketable AK Jr.

Tiny Robots Carry Loads Over 100 Times Their Weight

Inventors at Stanford have created a handful of tiny robots that can carry objects many times their weight, like robotic ants.

Computer Takes on Poker Pros at Texas Hold 'Em

Computers may have proven their superiority at chess, but what about poker, where mind games are as much a part of the game as the cards themselves?

Here's Why Your Boss Is Pumped About the Apple Watch

If you thought your smartphone had you tethered to your job, just wait until you're wearing an Apple Watch.

Will Consumers Learn To Love the Apple Watch?

The first customers to sign up for the new Apple Watch will begin receiving their devices today. NBC's Mark Barger and Julianne Pepitone report.

Latest Acer Notebooks Blaze With Color

If you're looking for a cheap Windows notebook and want something with a little flair, Acer has you covered.

New Turing Phone is Extra Strong, Extra Secure

The Turing Phone is a one-off product from a new company that aims to one-up the competition with a unique body and extra security software.

Emoji Use Around the World

A company called SwiftKey has analyzed over one billion pieces of emoji data from speakers of 16 different languages around the world.

Department of Defense Releases New Cyber Strategy

The Department of Defense unveiled its first new cyber strategy since 2011 on Thursday.

These Cybercrooks Are Available for Hire By the Hour

You can now anonymously hire a cybercriminal online for as little as $6 to $10 per hour, says Rodney Joffe, senior vice president at Neustar.

Amazon Tests Delivery To Your Car Trunk

Amazon and Audi are testing a way to have packages from the online shopping site delivered to owners' car trunks.

Some Apple Watches Shipping Sooner Than Expected

Soon it won't be just Beyonce with an Apple Watch.

No Dials: These Camera Lenses Have Displays Built In

A pair of new camera lenses from Zeiss dispense with the labeled dials for adjusting focus and aperture, instead opting for a built-in screen.

No iPhone Zone: Bug Crashes Apple Devices

A flaw in the way iOS apps handle secure connections could let hackers crash any affected app at will via an infected Wi-Fi network.

Atomic Clock Won't Lose a Second in 15 Billion Years

The latest in astronomical accuracy is an clock that, if it been running at the time of the Big Bang, would still be correct to within a second today.

Say Hi to Fi: Google Launches Cellphone Service

Google has launched a U.S. wireless service that lets customers pay only for the data they use.

Can Data Make Government More Open? Americans Mixed

Americans are mixed on whether or not "open data" initiatives will make government officials more accountable to the public.

Algae-Based Surfboard Waves Goodbye to Petroleum

Researchers have found a way to create surfboards without using fossil fuels, which may allay the concerns of many eco-conscious wave riders.

Loch Ness Monster hunters get help from Google

White House Seeks Silicon Valley Help on Encryption

The Obama administration wants a system with strong encryption that could be pierced legally by one party without opening the door to others.

30 Seconds to Know: How Do Solar Panels Work?

A photovoltaic cell is the technology that's used to convert the sun's energy into electrical power.

DHS to Open Satellite Cyber Office in Silicon Valley

DHS plans to open a satellite office in Silicon Valley to better collaborate with tech companies in the fight against cyberattacks.

Solar Impulse Plane Lands in Nanjing: Next Stop, Hawaii

The solar-powered plane completed the sixth leg of a round-the-world flight in Nanjing, China, with a perilous Pacific crossing next on the itinerary. News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

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