The SpaceX CEO says in case of a doomsday event, we need to be prepared to go to Mars. Why Mars? It's better than the "hot acid bath" of Venus, he says.
Aetna, a health insurance company that covers 23 million people in the US, says it will subsidize employee Apple Watch purchases for participating employers.
Technically Incorrect: The relationship between the league and the tablet has had its issues. But a new ad seems to say it's all good.
Incognito mode comes to Google's iOS app, along with video integration for your secret search sessions.
Many AT&T customers use Yahoo accounts to manage their services and could be at risk.
National Voter Registration Day has taken over the web, with the internet's most popular sites pushing to get out the vote.
By partnering with two smart home developers, Amazon might be able to change how it delivers boxes to your door.
How do we get to the Red Planet? In this live stream, the founder of Tesla and SpaceX will explain his ambitious plan.
The second server stress test kicks off today; here's what you need to know.
Could this be a young Pey'j and the star of Beyond Good & Evil 2?
We finally know more about the World War I game's campaign.
Sure, there's an automotive tie-in, but it's fun to pretend that there isn't.
The paid app let you play classics like Super Mario 64 and Mario Kart 64.
Social media responds as the presidential candidates spar over everything from cybersecurity to taxes.
Did you know that in Europe, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 never properly went on sale? That changes next month.