The luxury fashion brand jumps into the connected wearables market just as smartwatch shipments tank.
In a blog post, Google says it's "paused" plans to roll out its fiber-optic internet service to any new cities -- including ones in its own backyard.
Messaging app co-founders say that users communicating with businesses will not attract spam.
The digital-payments company sees the phone eliminating the distinction between online and in-store commerce.
Technically Incorrect: He went to his home of Tennessee to vote. He posted a selfie next to the voting machine. Now the local DA is reviewing that selfie, as taking photographs at the polling place is illegal in the state.
Users of Samsung's mobile wallet in the US will be able to use the service for payment within merchants' apps.
Technically Incorrect: Researchers in Finland suggest that religious belief is connected with a lesser grasp of reality, which includes all sorts of scientific skills.
The social network talks politics and live video during The Wall Street Journal's WSJD Conference. The company also demoed a prototype live video filter.
The tech giant points to strong iPhone 7 sales as reason to be optimistic.
Be afraid. Just in time for Halloween, researchers from MIT create a horror-imagery generator that can make even the most idyllic scene look scary.
Pandora Premium will take on upstart rivals Spotify and Apple Music with the $10-a-month, on-demand music subscription it could never offer before.
With 100 channels and streaming costs included, AT&T says it's trying to upend the cable TV market with an affordable online TV service.
The Chinese ride-hailing company plans to use its massive data analysis to take on rivals outside its home turf.
Not everyone is willing to pay $10 a month for music, Spotify executives say. That's why a free tier is good for fans and artists both.
Images purportedly showing the tech titan's anticipated MacBook Pro reveal a touch-sensitive bar running above the keyboard.