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Google Inc unveiled a redesign of its iconic logo on Tuesday, the fifth such modification since the search engine giant started in 1998, the company said in a blog post.
Yahoo Inc Chief Executive Marissa Mayer said she was pregnant with identical twin girls, likely due in December, but promised she would take limited time away as she works toward turning around the company's struggling online ad business.
One of Amazon Prime's best perks is getting scaled back. Depending on where you live, you may no longer be able to receive certain items with free two-day shipping from Amazon — even if you're a Prime member.
The moment the media and technology industries have been expecting for years may finally be arriving: Apple is exploring getting into the original programming business.
The co-founders of Boxed, Blue Apron, and Nature Box — three startups with a combined valuation of more than $2 billion — all graduated from the same high school.
Oscar Sida, instructor and Human Services Program coordinator at UNLV, has noticed that for many people, their smartphone has become an addiction.
In a soon-to-be-released update to the Chrome browser, Google will no longer allow sounds and videos to load in background tabs. You will have to click on a tab to load a video or streaming media file -- even if it is set to auto-play.
Want to work for Google? What you search for could land you a job.
Technology and diversity are the key to a strong corporate America, says Apple CEO Tim Cook, which is why his company is giving iPads and Macs to public schools around the country.
Las Vegas' reputation as a market in demand for computer software programmers and tech workers is getting around, so Eric Dodds figured Las Vegas was fertile ground to launch a new academy to teach software coding.
We depend on our smartphones for more and more these days and yet there are capabilities that few take full advantage of. Near Field Communication, or NFC, may be the most exciting and least understood technology contained in most smartphones today.
Avid Life Media, the company behind infidelity website AshleyMadison.com, confirmed on Wednesday that some legitimate data has been stolen from it and published online, but said it has never stored credit card information on its servers.
Electric cars are cool. Running out of juice -- not so much. The British government is getting ready to test out new road technology that would allow electric cars to charge as they drive. The goal is to help drivers with electric and hybrid cars avoid frequent stops to recharge their vehicles.
Sprint announced that it will phase out two-year contracts for its customers by the end of the year. That will leave AT&T as the only nationwide U.S. carrier to offer two-year contracts.
Among the newer technologies are lane and road departure warning systems, which detects when drivers are about to cross a lane line and emits a warning tone. Studies have found that these systems can reduce the rate of drivers going off the road by about 40%.
Want solar panels but don't know where to start? Google has created a nifty little tool for determining if your home is a good bet for solar power. It combines Google Maps information about your home, local weather history, and estimates from nearby solar providers.
Google shared some sweet news on Monday: The next version of its mobile operating system will be called Android Marshmallow.
From a mid-level engineer to the CEO, Amazon employees are fighting back hard against accusations that the company treats its workers deplorably.
GPS gets most people from point A to point B, but Southern Nevada doctors say the concept applies to a different kind of mapping: surveying and navigating parts of the human body.
If you paid an extra $100 or even $200 for a smartphone with more storage, you got ripped off.
Everyone knows that password security is important, but a lot of people are still using '123456' to log into their Facebook, email and bank accounts.
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