Reading emotions in people's faces is one of the biggest challenges for autistic children. Now they may be getting help from "autism glass," an experimental device that runs on Google Glass.
Your set-top box is ratting you out to advertisers. At least that's the contention of consumer groups that filed complaints with authorities demanding a crackdown on overzealous data collection.
From a 3-D pen that lets kids safely doodle with melted plastic to an electrically charged glass that makes beer taste bubblier, there was no shortage of fun and quirky gadgets at CE Week.
People love Uber, the San Francisco-based vehicles-for-hire company. What they don't love is being uncertain about how much they will have to pay to hire those vehicles. Now Uber is trying to change that.
A handful of new Internet startups are tackling a thorny problem that even AOL couldn't solve with zillions of dollars: How to cover local news in different cities without going broke.
Hobby drone ownership has spiked, and more and more of the devices have been spotted flying illegally over active wildfires, where they endanger the airplanes and helicopters used to battle the blazes.
Three weeks after temporarily taking control of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's Twitter and Pinterest accounts, the hacker group OurMine has broken into Google CEO Sundar Pichai's Quora and Twitter accounts.
CRM giant Salesforce is rolling out the Lightning Customer Community to make the customer experience better and more personalized. The new product will help companies build customer communities.
Proponents of the move to 5G wireless data speeds got a big boost from the government recently. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler says he supports a rapid move toward 5G wireless technology.
Google is looking to make it easier for small businesses to produce their own commercials through YouTube thanks to a new service that enables users to create video ads with their smartphones.