Federal tech innovation service to be led by…

A former Pixar executive who won the first ever Oscar for software is taking over a U.S. government agency responsible for improving federal digital technology

Sale or no sale, changes could come to Twitter…

Sale or no sale, Twitter users are bound to see changes as the beleaguered communications service tries to broaden its appeal to more people and advertisers

Jaybird X3: Third time's a charm for popular…

The X3 is smaller and offers a better fit than the X2, as well as better battery and a lower price tag.

ClickTogether: New app aims to unite Trump…

Army veteran Jon Ross explains

Microsoft's Surface Studio Is Built For Creativity

The company's first desktop computer doubles as a drafting table.

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Samsung logs 17 percent drop in profit after phone recall

Samsung Electronics says its third quarter profit has plunged 17 percent as Galaxy Note 7 recalls nearly wiped out its mobile profit

New York's MoMA acquires original set of emojis

New York's Museum of Modern Art acquires original set of 176 emojis, from back in the day before phones could send stickers, animations and 'kimoji' _ yes, that's Kim Kardashian-themed emoticons, better known now as emojis

Man accused in hospital computer hack wages…

A man who acknowledges launching a computer network attack against Boston Children's Hospital is unapologetic and now waging a hunger strike in prison as he awaits trial

Fossil's new watches are hiding some smart…

They may look like trendy analog watches, but Fossil's new hybrid smartwatches can alert you of incoming calls, track your steps, and control your phone.

Samsung's exploding phone problem gets bigger

Cheryl Casone reports

Self-Driving Beer Trucks Are The Wave Of The…

Anheuser-Busch just used a self-driving truck to deliver a whole lot of beer — 2,000 cases, to be exact.

Hackers: emails show ties between Kremlin, Ukraine rebels

A group of Ukrainian hackers has released thousands of emails from an account used by a senior Kremlin official that appear to show close financial and political ties between Moscow and separatist rebels in Eastern Ukraine

Windows 10 to bring 3-D to two-dimensional experiences

Microsoft plans to bring three-dimensional tools to computing experiences long done in two dimensions as it eyes the needs of the next generation of users.

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Justin Timberlake's ballot selfie highlights…

Now even Justin Timberlake has been forced to deal with the question of whether a ballot selfie is legal

Microsoft's most powerful laptop ever

The updated Surface Book is faster and longer-lasting than ever.

Xiaomi unveils edgeless concept phone

CNN's Andrew Stevens asks Xiaomi VP Hugo Barra about the new Mi Mix phone and whether it will help the company grow again.

'Rock Band Rivals' pits you and friends against…

Fox Gamer: Harmonix's Matt Derby on the new 'Rock Band 4' expansion pack 'Rock Band Rivals' which introduces two new game modes

Better Late Than Never? US Banks Are Trying To…

America's largest banks will launch their own mobile payment app next year to compete with popular existing apps like Venmo.

Apple says it needs more time before new ear buds are ready

Apple says it needs "a little more time" before it starts selling the new wireless ear buds that are designed to work with its newest iPhones _ the ones that don't come with a dedicated headphone jack

Amazon's Alexa voice assistant arrives on Fire…

Amazon's Fire tablets are getting the Alexa voice assistant

Ericsson appoints new CEO amid decline in networks industry

Ericsson has appointed longtime board member Borje Ekholm as the new CEO as the Swedish networks operator struggles to improve earnings amid a decline in the industry

The Surface Studio is Microsoft's iMac killer

The Surface Studio is Microsoft's first-ever desktop PC, and its 28-inch reclining touchscreen is something Apple's iMac just can't match.

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How hackers turned ordinary devices into…

Cybersecurity analyst Morgan Wright explains

Chinese firm issues US recall after massive cyberattack

A Chinese electronics maker has issued a recall for millions of products sold in the U.S. following a devastating cyberattack, but is pushing back against criticism that its devices played a role in the massive disruption