China's video industry confident it can beat piracy, persuade public to pay for online content
Anyone who hates driving in bumper-to-bumper traffic and searching for a parking space will like one automaker's project.
Android-powered smartphone Moto X to go on sale in UK, France and Germany
Appeals court sets aside government regulations designed to ensure equal access to Internet
Opposition politician in Ecuador claims email hacking in smear attempt by state-run media
Review: Curved screen, waterproof design in 2 new Android phones may please some customers
The coolest tech at CES, from driverless cars to sugar printers and heat cameras for iPhones
3-D printing set to break out of niche, into mouths (candy) and onto fingers (diamond rings)
Texting is so 2012. At least that's what researchers say as more people favor instant message apps.
With the growing importance of social media in business and personal communication, video is a key way of getting a message across. Professional video production can be very expensive. A local image strategist offers tips on how to do great video on a smartphone.
What's on YouTube? Ask 'YouTube Nation,' a new daily online series from DreamWorks Animation
Parents need to put their foot down when it comes to electronics in the bedroom.
Supreme Court to decide whether Aereo can offer online TV without paying broadcasters
Will my identity be stolen? Answers to questions about the Target data breach
Gadget Watch: iPhone case lets you see heat, to spot leaky insulation or moisture
A new Gmail feature allows strangers to send users email even if they don't know the exact address, but there is a way to opt out.
Gadget Watch: Stir Kinetic desk tells you to stand up for a change, and moves with you
Gadget Watch: Looking up, down, sideways in Sony's video headset
Carmakers and technology companies urge lawmakers to catch up to driverless tech
Futuristic cars shown off at gadget show in Las Vegas