How do the rich and techy live? Research from real estate site Trulia gives you a glimpse.
Mama! I just killed a man! You know the words, but maybe you've never seen the famed Queen song taken quite so literally.
Commentary: One of the great books about the tech industry is coming to the big screen, starring Emma Watson, Tom Hanks and John Boyega.
The president-elect's team reportedly sends out invites to a December 14 roundtable.
Tim Cook defends Apple's smartwatch; a possible reason behind the Galaxy Note 7 "explosions"; and what we think of Google Wifi.
Fans of the hit sci-fi western featuring robots, humans and a whole lot of existential questions will have to be extra patient for season 2.
Razer's new Ornata Chroma keyboard, Deathadder Elite mouse and Kraken 7.1 V2 headset walk into a bar...
An umbrella emoji to Google will tell you if it will rain. We're still not sure what a peach emoji will show you.
The payments company unveils a series of holiday and generic digital cards people can use when sending money.
Amid a rise of negativity on social, the photo-sharing site is working to keep Instagram "a welcoming and safe place for everyone."
The tech giant expects to run entirely on renewable energy sources in 2017.
Social Cues: Also trending on Twitter and Facebook are Transformers and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
An industrious squirrel with no regard for the holidays stole 150 festive lightbulbs over the course of just 24 hours.
The ruling reshapes the value of tech designs and could have ripple effects across the industry.
Teased in October, Google's support for the high-resolution format puts it in Amazon's league and beats Apple's iTunes.
Subtext: Look, we're not the bad guys!
Using algorithms and deep learning, this scale-model Q2 can probably park better than you.
Browsing through Netflix's humongous catalog on your TV may have just gotten a little easier.
An update shows the net giant wants you to rely on its mobile app to gather and present all kinds of information Google expects will be useful.
CEO Randall Stephenson is also hopeful that lower corporate taxes and lighter regulations under a Trump administration will fuel economic growth.