Commentary: A Rolling Stone profile of the Tesla CEO reveals a man with strong emotions.
The clothing retailer says hackers compromised point of sale devices at stores for a good part of the year.
Commentary: To celebrate the launch of EA‘s new game, Sony offers a very different take on boy meets girl.
"Coco VR," the first virtual-reality experience from Pixar, sets you loose as a skeleton to play in the imaginary universe of its next film.
We chat about people trying to curb their screen use, as well as expectations for the new "Justice League" movie.
Engineers like Larry Smythe spend their days thinking about the human form and how it interacts with what we drive.
Powertrain choices will include gas, diesel, electric and hydrogen.
Organic baby food company Little Spoon launches a personalized nutrition platform to provide your little one with meals for each stage of development.
The US International Trade Commission will investigate a complaint that accuses Apple of using patents without permission.
ClearMotion, a startup that makes road-sensing technology, aims to bring Bose‘s secretive electromagnetic active car suspension system to a new generation of vehicles.
The White House releases its process for alerting companies about previously unknown vulnerabilities and explains why some are kept under wraps.
Need help with that Thanksgiving turkey? Give thanks for Morton Salt‘s new Alexa skill.
Two companies file complaints against Apple, claiming the company stole patents to make the Mac, iPod, iPhone, iPad and Apple TV.
Deadpool disguises himself as the friendly public-broadcasting art teacher and paints his way through a hidden teaser trailer for "Deadpool 2."
The new show is based on a real-life scandal that implicated the husband of Mussolini‘s granddaughter.
We round up discounts on phones for every budget.
We took the same portraits on on a dSLR to see if Apple‘s new iPhone X can get close to the real thing with its digital bokeh effect.
A deal between right-leaning Sinclair Broadcast and Tribune Media could shake up the TV world. Democrats say the FCC is making it easier for that to happen.
A Japanese serial killer is alleged to have lured his victims after they expressed suicidal thoughts on Twitter.
It‘s like an iPod Shuffle for your Spotify library -- with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi! Plus: a sweet deal on Lightning earphones, a sweet deal on a car charger and a free game!
Thor‘s mighty Mjolnir doubles as handy place to store a 44-piece toolset that includes everything from adjustable wrench to an actual hammer, from ThinkGeek.
The new subscription service will feature documentaries, TV shows and movies themed around sports (and swimsuits).
The search giant wants to put you to work. The new tools come as Silicon Valley faces scrutiny over how tech and automation are affecting employment.
Ross 128 b is a little farther away than Proxima b, the closest planet beyond our solar system, but it probably has better odds of being inhabitable.