Decades of TV news, faithfully recorded on 140K tapes by Philadelphia woman, to be digitized
US safety agency investigating whether to expand Hyundai Elantra air bag recall
Iran says it's using laser systems to improve ballistic missile accuracy
Apple looking to slap Samsung with $22 million in legal bills from patent infringement battle
Telecom giant says shareholders don't have the right to know about NSA dealings
Nobody looks forward to the process of filing a car insurance claim. A new mobile app can speed what normally takes several days into a few hours.
With backing from Silicon Valley investors, food-tech startups aim to replace eggs and chicken
Tech Tips: Guide to what's better as AT&T reduces service fees for people who bring own device
Twitter names Marjorie Scardino, former Pearson CEO, to no longer all-male board of directors
SolarCity to offer Tesla car batteries to businesses for backup power; tests residential plan
Gift Guide: A gift guide to the season's new high-end and luxury laptop computers
Spotify to allow users to create playlists on phones and tablets and listen to them for free
California's insurance exchange gives insurance agents consumer data without their consent
Fifty may not be the new 30, if you smoke, or drink or don't exercise. Your body could be older than you really are.
NSA says tracking cellphones overseas is legal, defending spying revealed by new Snowden leak
Singer Bocelli visits MIT for workshop on adaptive technology for the visually impaired
EU regulators raid offices of Philips, others in probe of alleged price-fixing in online sales
Microsoft shares hit as Mulally reiterates 'no change' in plan to stay Ford CEO through 2014
This scientist has found a way to use your smartphone to make your Christmas sweater the ugliest at the party.
In an effort to attract more gamers, Spike Video Game Awards ditches award show staples