Google is introducing an application designed to make it easier for its Gmail users to find and manage important information that can often get buried in their inboxes.
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Dustin Griffie and Blake Wilson learned the importance of teamwork. The two incoming seniors at Foothill High School, 800 College Drive, received gold medals for Web design at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference in Kansas City, Mo., June 23-27.
A satellite designed to produce high-resolution images of Earth from space was launched Wednesday from a California military base. DigitalGlobe says the satellite will be able to capture images of objects as small as 1-foot across.
Apple primarily relies on white and Asian men for its top-paying technology jobs, feeding the perception that Silicon Valley’s economic boom is largely excluding women, blacks and Hispanics.
Amazon is taking direct aim at mobile payment systems such as Square by introducing the Amazon Local Register, a credit-card processing device and mobile app designed to help small business owners accept payments through their smartphones and tablets.
A 360-degree, ground-level view of almost any street in the U.S. and throughout the world is available at a click of a button. Soon, scientists hope people will be able to do the same under the sea.
The startup for Factorli, which received support from Downtown Project, Tony Hsieh’s $350 million downtown redevelooment program, reported on its website that it shut down operations as of Monday.
In what may be the birth of cheap, easy-to-make robots, researchers have created complex machines that transform themselves from little more than a sheet of paper and plastic into walking automatons.
It used to be that outdoor enthusiasts went into the wilderness to unplug. Now, most want to stay plugged in to their electronic devices as long as they can.
StubHub, the ticket reselling subsidiary of eBay Inc., is launching its StubHub Music app nationwide as it goes after core music fans in a challenge to Live Nation in the concert business.
This week’s news that a Russian crime ring has amassed some 1.2 billion username and password combinations makes now a good time to review ways to protect yourself online.
According to a Hold Security report, Russian hackers have stolen 1.2 billion user names and passwords in a series of Internet heists affecting 420,000 websites.
CenturyLink announced that it has expanded its 1 gigabit Internet speeds to residential customers and businesses throughout Las Vegas.
Passcodes are a pain to use, and they aren’t secure when they are based on easy-to-guess digits, such as a birth date or street address. Many people don’t bother using them on phones, even though that means any thief can get instant access to email, banking apps and more. Fortunately, phone makers have started to come up with alternatives to passcodes.
TIYO or “This Is Your Out” is a new app developed to save time and get out of sticky, and sometimes annoying situations with the press of a button.
Microsoft Corp’s hardware chief gave employees a sneak peek at a ‘selfie’ phone featuring a 5 megapixel forward-facing camera at an internal meeting this week, a source at the company said on Tuesday.
The following list represents the top streamed tracks on the music app Spotify from Monday, July 21, to Sunday, July 27.
The U.S. House of Representatives approved legislation on Friday to give mobile-phone users the right to ‘unlock’ their devices and use them on competitors’ wireless networks, something that is now technically illegal.
OkCupid, a top U.S. matchmaking website, regularly mismatches users to test its technology, the IAC/InterActive Corp service revealed on Monday, weeks after Facebook Inc admitted to misleading users in a psychological study.
EBay’s online ticket exchange StubHub was targeted by hackers who used stolen passwords and credit card numbers to buy and sell thousands of tickets for pop-music concerts and Yankees games, New York authorities said.
Washington’s volcanoes, Mount St. Helens and Mount Rainier, are getting some enhanced — and high tech — scientific scrutiny this summer.
Amazon is rolling out a new subscription service that will allow unlimited access to thousands of electronic books and audiobooks for $9.99 a month in the online giant’s latest effort to attract more users.
Microsoft is cutting up to 18,000 jobs, about 14 percent of its staff, over the next year as it works to cut down on management layers and integrate the Nokia devices business it bought in April.