Wandering wolf's tracking device nearing its end
Facebook makes 'long-term bet,' says will pay $2 billion for virtual reality company Oculus
There is an alphabet soup of wireless routers out there. Ken Colburn of the Data Doctors spells out whether a more expensive one equals more speed.
George Mason U., Prince William County cut ribbon on game-design incubator
Brazil's Congress approves Internet legislation, assuring equal access and user privacy.
Maryland lawmakers approve ban on software used to scalp tickets
Review: Updated HTC One phone sports improvements in camera software, easier to use
Scottish man wins 16-year legal battle over credit rating, triggered by laptop purchase
With prosecution case complete, Pistorius defense expects him to testify at murder trial
Facebook to buy virtual reality company Oculus for $2 billion
If e-books you bought were included in the national settlement against major publishers, credits and refund checks are now being sent.
The GPS tracker inside rechargeable Smart Soles transmits their location both on demand, but also when the wearer goes outside a set radius, determined by their caregiver.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer once pretended to stomp on an iPhone, and vowed his children would never use Apple products. This week, Microsoft is expected to announce Office will be available on iPad.
A lot of people don't know how to use keywords to make their resume stand out, according to Susan Joyce, editor of job-hunt.org.
Struggling smartphone company BlackBerry selling most real estate holdings in Canada
Correction: Malaysia-Plane-Mystery story
A heads-on look at Sony's Project Morpheus virtual reality googles
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