Does your home really need a "smart speaker" that can answer questions, call you an Uber, turn off the lights or play music when you ask? You may be about to find out, thanks to new contenders.
Beleaguered technology giant Samsung Electronics said it is "temporarily" adjusting the Galaxy Note 7 production schedule and production volume to "ensure quality and safety matters."
What many are calling a long-overdue update could soon be coming to Microsoft's Paint app. Videos posted recently by two YouTube users preview a "completely redesigned app" with new features.
One of the ways Facebook carries out its connectivity mission is by recommending new friends for you when you open the app or website. The problem with this feature is that it can be really creepy.
To future-proof itself from competitors, Google unveiled a slate of electronic devices that support voice search, including its answer to the Amazon Echo: a cylindrical household gadget called Google Home.
Taking a page from Apple's playbook, Google is making a bigger push to build its own hardware to take advantage of capabilities it's designing with artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Privacy advocates say the revelation that Yahoo might have spied on all of its users' emails on behalf of the feds underscores the need for by-default end-to-end encryption for electronic communications.
Increasingly common tools that allow police to conduct real-time social media surveillance during protests are drawing criticism from civil liberties advocates who fear certain groups will be targets.
Special Agent Jack Bennett was at the FBI's computer investigation lab in Quantico, Virginia, when a company showed the bureau how it could hack into an iPhone used by a San Bernardino shooter.
A five-year deal between IBM and Majesco, a provider of insurance software, consulting and services for insurance companies, aims to make things easier for enterprises in the insurance sector.