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Braintree founder Bryan Johnson has created a fund for start-ups focused on a sci-fi future.
From monitoring driver behavior to checking vehicle wear, here's how telematics software can help manage your company's fleet.
Our online experts explain how to plan for engagement.
Given the costliness and fragmentation of the smart home market, Verizon Wireless has its sights set on a loftier prize.
Otto shoots in a way that's completely tailored for social media.
If our privacy is so important to us, why aren't we more skeptical of the services we give our information to?
Action comes after massive data breaches have put millions of consumers at risk.
Our online experts explain why a clear call to action is essential.
Websites without clear labels, that require multiple clicks to get to the most important stuff, and otherwise frustrate can serve as an example of what not to do.
The man behind Googles first foray into the set-top business discusses how gaming will evolve.
The new iMac will feature a 27-inch Retina 5K display, Apple said, that is jam-packed with 14.7 million pixels.
The iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 will be available for preorder starting tomorrow.
The new payments paradigm has been billed as a potential credit-card killer.
PaintZen, backed by real-estate mogul Barbara Corcoran, launches in New York and San Francisco today.
Google is calling Lollipop its 'largest, most ambitious' Android release yet.
Wireless experts note that the tests could simply be basic research that does not ultimately lead to new products or services.
Apple fanboys and anyone else who's curious will want to tune it and find out what the tech giant is cooking up next.
These new apps are part of a trend toward making new technologies available to U.S. renters.
Screenshots of the new tablets appeared in Apple's iOS 8.1 iPad user guide. D'oh.
The move would mark a vast step beyond current streaming option HBO Go, which launched in 2010 and is only available to viewers with a cable subscription.
The tech giant has developed a power source based on nuclear fusion, and the first reactors, small enough to fit on the back of a truck, could be ready for use in a decade.
The 4.5-inch square screen on BlackBerrys new Passport is certainly novel. But the smartphone seems to lack that crucial 'Aha!' moment.
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