More than 3 million mobile devices were stolen in the U.S. last year; how big a difference can the law make?
What Facebook is doing to keep spammy stories out of your News Feed
They describe it differently, but the men who've been to the moon all agree it has a distinctive smell
Watching video gameplay is a huge phenomenon that could become big business for the e-retailer
"We take our pizza seriously," said a creator of the app that makes getting a pie delivered as easy as three quick clicks
The latest edition of Electronic Arts' popular video game franchise hits stores Tuesday, but has the series has gone stale?
A new system will help robots figure out human behavior from information found on the Internet
Twitch had 55 million unique visitors in July, most of whom went to the site to watch other people play games
As more viewers abandon cable and satellite TV, TiVo adapts with a new video streaming and storage device
NASA's New Horizons probe is on course for a July 2015 flyby of Pluto, the last planet in our solar system to be visited by a robotic spacecraft
While the new, experimental product may seem innovative, it also has its critics
These high-tech mannequins are no dummies - they beam details about clothes on their backs to shoppers
NASA explains what the Curiosity rover photographed on Mars after UFO blog raises questions
Mysterious bubbles found in the Atlantic suggest unexpected sources of methane under the ocean
If your iPhone 5 has battery problems, Apple may be willing to help
The system was down for a day after hackers aimed an overwhelming blizzard of high traffic at it
Drawn by a replenished food supply and cleaner waters, humpback whales are cavorting in the waters off NYC, to the delight of photographers and fans
Bao Bao is only the second panda born at the Washington zoo to survive a whole year; she recently started solid food
Feature equipped in 2015 Corvettes records activity in your car when you're not driving
A rocket at SpaceX's McGregor, Texas, facility exploded in midair during a flight test. The company was testing the ability of its F9R Dev craft to take off, maneuver and land vertically using rocket power.