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Videogame console titans Microsoft and Sony vied for attention ahead of the industry’s annual E3 conference, giving fans sneak peaks of the latest Xbox and PlayStation games.
The head of a U.S. agency that fell victim to cyber attacks defended its performance on Tuesday against withering criticism from lawmakers furious about a breach that compromised the personnel files of millions of federal workers.
One of biggest video game conferences is about to start. Here are some things you should before the giant nerdy gaming techfest begins.
According to Dr. Errikos Levis, a researcher in the Department of Aeronautics at Imperial College London, seaplanes could be the answer to at least two of modern aviation’s greatest burdens: airport congestion and noise pollution.
The White House said on Friday that it could not confirm reports that as many as 14 million current and former U.S. government employees had their personal information exposed to hackers in a recent cyber attack on the federal government.
The hottest virtual reality headset is getting closer to being a reality.
BlackBerry is considering equipping an upcoming smartphone with Google Inc.’s Android software for the first time, an acknowledgement that its revamped line of devices has failed to win mass appeal, according to four sources familiar with the matter.
Imagine answering your phone or sending a text message by using the fabric of the trendy jacket you are wearing. Google is seeking to make something like this a possibility with Project Jacquard.
Apple launched Apple Music on Monday, a $9.99-a-month streaming music service that may not differ dramatically from competitors but comes with Apple’s deep music roots, global brand and hundreds of millions of iTunes customers.
We’re accustomed to annoying glitches in PCs. But the past few years have shown that Macs, iPads and iPhones have them too. So far in 2015, five major flaws have affected Apple products.
The Danish government has proposed that most stores could dump their cash registers from January 2016.
Apple Inc said it would start selling some models of its watch at its retail stores this month, and also roll out the gadget in seven more countries.
The U.S. government agency that collects personnel information for federal employees said on Thursday a cybersecurity breach had compromised the data of about 4 million current and former federal employees.
Documents leaked by Edward Snowden show that the U.S. government has widened the National Security Agency’s warrantless surveillance of Americans’ international Internet traffic in the hunt for hackers, the New York Times reported on Thursday.
Apple announced that it is recalling 223,000 Beats Pill XL speakers. The speaker’s batteries can overheat and catch fire.
The $200 iPhone is toast. AT&T is phasing out the two-year contract at third-party retailers, including the Apple Store, as part of a new plan to promote its contract-free “Next” program, according to a source with knowledge of the strategy. Two-year contracts will now only be available at AT&T stores — online or brick and mortar.
Eighty percent of sub-Saharan Africa’s 800 million people should have access to mobile telephones by the end of the decade, double the current rate, although government help is needed to reach far-flung areas, industry body group GSMA said Wednesday.
A new $2.50 battery sleeve called the Batteriser promises to extend the life of your batteries up to eight times longer.
The rise of online messaging apps, such as Facebook Messenger, Google Chat and WhatsApp, has created a new type of downtime. Between messages, MIT’s Carrie Cai says that is time ill spent.
Well, it’s finally been announced. In an official blogpost, Microsoft has announced that the newest version of their Windows operating system will be released late next month.
A recycling facility in Silicon Valley is trying to trace a woman who dumped a rare Apple 1 computer, which just sold to a private collector for $200,000.
The Supreme Court ruled Monday in favor of a Pennsylvania man who posted several violent messages on Facebook and was convicted under a federal threat statute — the first time the Court raised the implications of free speech on social media.