Amazon Prime Now will offer one-hour rose delivery service in the Las Vegas Valley through Valentine's Day.
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Forget Big Brother. Smartphone cameras make all of us big brothers, turning us into equal parts private detective, nanny, snitch and busybody.
Finally, a look at the Future. A version of the high-performance electric car that will be manufactured in North Las Vegas next year was unveiled Monday night during an invitation-only event in Las Vegas.
If you have ever dreamed of owning a hoverboard and flying through the air like Marty McFly in Back to the Future, your dreams can now become a reality — that is, for $20,000.
Oculus, the makers of a much-anticipated virtual reality headset called the Rift, will open up the digital doors for pre-orders on Wednesday.
As upwards of 170,000 techies descend on Las Vegas this week for this year's Consumer Electronics Show, Uber is offering in-car Wi-Fi through the duration of the show.
Mark Zuckerberg, who commits to a new personal challenge every year, revealed his plan in a Facebook post.
General Motors Inc and Lyft Inc. Monday announced an alliance to develop an on-demand network of autonomous vehicles as well as a $500 million investment by the automaker as part of a $1 billion fund-raising round by the ride-sharing service.
A group of American hackers, New World Hacking, has claimed responsibility for the cyber attack on the BBC website, which took it down for three hours on New Year's Eve.
Engineering for Kids is seeking a way to make technology and science exciting for youngsters.
He was a whiz kid up against a $21 billion company. Aktarer Zaman, now 23, didn't back down when United Airlines and Orbitz sued him a little over a year ago for opening a website called Skiplagged.com to help travelers find cheap plane tickets.
If you didn't know any better, you'd think this year's edition of CES, an international consumer electronics show, is all about cars.
Just in time for the homestretch to the first U.S. presidential primaries and caucuses, a popular archive of sometimes-misguided or embarrassing tweets that have been deleted by politicians and their staff has been resurrected by Twitter.
New Year’s Eve is quickly approaching — but do you have your plans in order? If you want to have your best New Year’s Eve yet, check out these apps that can save you time and money.
Google is said to be in talks with automaker Ford Motor Co to help build the Internet search company's autonomous cars, Automotive News reported, citing a person with knowledge of the project.
Scientific Games' "Hot Shot Casino" slots game and Playtika's "Vegas Downtown Slots" made Facebook's 2015 Web Games of the Year list.
By this time next year, one of the nation's darkest skies should have a new research telescope parked beneath it, thanks to the largest donation yet to the Great Basin Observatory.
Facebook has debuted a new feature allowing users to find local businesses based on customer reviews.
The National Rifle Association wants to leave a lasting impression on your smartphone Tuesday.
We live in an age of anxious questions: "Which new phone do I want?" "Which video game system would make the best gift?" "Which crazy person should I vote against?"
Between IKEA building its first Nevada location, preparing for the 2016 presidential election, the end of the Strip's longest-running production Jubilee! and Uber getting up and running, there have been plenty of topics running through the minds of Nevadans throughout the year.
Tesla Motors Inc Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk and other prominent tech executives are pouring $1 billion into a non-profit aimed at creating artificial intelligence that augments humans' capabilities, rather than making them obsolete.
A key lawmaker used his own committee Wednesday to try and breathe new life into his anti-online gambling bill while Nevada State Sen. Mark Lipparelli told lawmakers of the successes chalked up by the Silver State and two others with legal Internet gaming.