Google isn't making Project Ara hardware anymore, but the device could live on if another company wants to license the technology.
If your app doesn't follow Apple's current guidelines, crashes when it loads or has a stupid-long name, expect to receive a notification from Apple soon.
Dropbox is ensuring that a batch of leaked login credentials don't affect your account security.
At two Aloft Hotels, you can change your room's temperature, lighting and music by yelling at Siri.
We don't know when it might come out, but Twitter has allegedly been working on a tool that will allow users to block any keywords (or hashtags) they want.
Still, despite potential cutbacks, Google Fiber is coming to Salt Lake City.
If you want a Tesla Model S or Model X on a two-year lease, you'll have to put up a bigger down payment (and make up your mind by Sept. 12).
According to reports, not enough people were using Lyft's carpool service to make it worthwhile.
The temporary tattoos let you interact with connected devices, possibly turning your wrist into a smartphone touchpad.
At least, that's what one computer security expert did in order to access classier airport lounges in Europe.
Though the country has officially banned Pokémon Go, we wonder what will happen if eager gamers find some way to grab the installation file anyway.
Everyone in Silicon Valley borrows and iterates. Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom doesn't mind acknowledging that Snapchats' 'Stories' came first.
If a company is paying you to shill a product on social media, you better do more than write a little #ad hashtag at the very end of your post.
The rap mogul has taken to Twitter to convince Apple to acquire music streaming service Tidal.
Most sounds, you don't need to hear; some sounds, you need to hear, and Amazon's patent describes smarter headphones that could flip noise cancelling on and off depending on what's around you.