Unthinkable just a few years ago, Internet access is now widely available on planes in flight. But it carries the same risks as on the ground.
Not content to have simply launched a flying six-camera drone on Wednesday, GoPro announced a 16-camera rig Thursday in a partnership with Google.
A new technique that uses a laser to illuminate fossils is producing beautiful and fascinating results at the University of Kansas.
The new app lets people keep as many photos and videos as they want on the cloud - for free.
Google Wallet never really took off -- and now Google is largely replacing that service with the new 'Android Pay.'
Android M won't totally revamp your phone, but there are tons of smaller fixes that should make your mobile experience more pleasant.
Uber and Lyft are pushing back against a New York City effort to regulate app-based ride-hailing services.
A company called Reserve Strap says that charging through the port on the bottom of the watch was 5 percent faster than using the normal charger.
The FBI has opened an investigation into the recent data breach at the Internal Revenue Service, CNBC has learned Thursday.
Twelve national teams will be playable in FIFA 16, which will be released in North America on September 25.
Awair is a gadget that breathes the air you breathe and gives you constant reports and suggestions based on what it detects.
Google's next commerce effort will be a "buy button" to help people purchase products featured in its shopping ads.
Breaches add to the troves of data floating around: Social Security numbers, addresses and more sold between criminals in dark corners of the web.
Apple is working on a fix for a bug in iOS that makes it possible to crash an iPhone and simply by sending it a specific text message.
A robot exploring outer space or a nuclear disaster can't call a mechanic if it breaks. A new study suggests robots may be able to adapt to damage.
Apple has reclaimed its crown as the world's most valuable brand, worth a staggering $247 billion, according to WPP and Millward Brown.
Hackers and "criminal insiders" accounted for 47 percent of the data breaches in Ponemon's study.
Tech news website Re/code says it's been acquired by online publishing company Vox Media.
The IRS says thieves used an online service provided by the agency to gain access to information from more than 100,000 taxpayers.
Google paid tribute to America's first woman in space with a series of five animated "Doodles" appearing on its website.
Google will award up to $20 million in grants to support emerging technologies that help people with disabilities.
At the end of 2015, there will be 3.2 billion people using the Internet, according to a new report.
Cortana, the digital assistant found on Windows Phone devices, will soon be available on Android and iPhone.
Apple innovator Jonathan Ive says he's been promoted to the company's chief design officer.
Not everyone wants the latest Apple or Samsung smartphone.
A spate of fiery crashes in the run-up to Sunday's Indianapolis 500 has raised questions about new body kits.
A study showed MEDi could reduce kids' pain by 50 percent by lowering their stress level.
In an entertainment landscape littered with dystopian franchises, Disney's 'Tomorrowland,' which comes out on Friday, is a beacon of techno-optimism.
A project called the LilBubome aims to decode Lil Bub's genome and figure out just what it is that makes her so ... well, cute.