Plus 14 celebrity weddings to look forward to in 2014, the 6 worst behaved frats, and 17 can’t-miss tours in 2014.
Fast-growing business gets more funding, a representative confirms.
Plus 10 creepy Santas who will give you nightmares, 5 real-life exoskeleton designs, and an app that tells you how many days you have left to live.
Don’t underestimate how much people love a good haul video.
Chief Executive Officer Jeff Bezos showed off the drones, which are in development right now, on 60 Minutes tonight. He claims they could be making 30-minute deliveries in four to five years, though acknowledged that’s a particularly optimistic timeline.
Basically, humans are screwed.
Technology doesn’t have to be new and scary!
That’s what Citigroup says in a new report today. Facebook is way outpacing Google, Yahoo and LinkedIn, according to these charts.
A million dollars isn’t cool. You know what’s cool? Bangs.
The winners of the iPhone Photography Awards.
Handy, but would you eat it?
During the first six months of the year, 78% of all government requests for data Twitter received originated from the United States, according to a transparency report released on Wednesday.
Super-simple hacks for your pricey gadgets. It’s about time you showed your headphones who’s boss.
Pete Souza launched his Instagram account on Wednesday and already has over 19,000 followers.
Some of China’s best tech companies are now outmaneuvering their Silicon Valley counterparts.
At last, there’s a game built around running a startup. What’s more scary: It’s closer to reality than you might imagine.
A JP Morgan analyst thinks Google’s stock is worth more than $1,000 per share, which would make it one of the most expensive stocks on the market.He’s not alone, as nearly a dozen other analysts have a similar price target on the search giant’s shares.
Edward Snowden has left Hong Kong on an Aeroflot flight to Moscow, according to the South China Morning Post. The Hong Kong government has confirmed that Snowden “left Hong Kong today,” in a statement released early Sunday morning.
For the six months ending Dec. 31, 2012, the total number of user-data requests Facebook received from any and all government entities in the U.S. was between 9,000 and 10,000, the company said in a statement late Friday by General Counsel Ted Ullyot.
Someone tell Crookshanks.
A lot has happened since Mark Zuckerberg took Facebook public in one of the biggest tech IPO’s of all-time a year ago today. Not all of it has been good.
It’s not too late, couples! There’s time to delete that TMI status update!
But they’re still kinda funny.
Tech’s most fickle users are also its most important. So how do the biggest social networks keep them coming back?
Computer networks of the nation’s key broadcasters and banks were completely paralyzed Wednesday in what appeared to be a cyber attack, police said.
Visitors take photos with their phones and tablets of Pope Francis as he speaks from the central balcony of St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican.
During the secret conclave, the cardinals will be banned from communicating with the outside world. Wi-Fi will also be blocked throughout Vatican City.
Meet Bartendro, the precision-bartending robot.
Looking at you, people who love to humblebrag!