Google hits a high of $911 ahead of its highly buzzed about developer conference today.
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Google may release its music streaming service at its major developer conference this week. It is reported that the company has signed licensing deals with music industry giants.
Don't worry. That's just the neighborhood drone spying on you through your window.
Guest Post Electronic Health Records as they stand are preventing medical professionals from diving deep into Health IT. But there's a way to turn it around.
Apple is wait-listing law enforcement when they ask the company to unlock iPhones and other devices as a part of evidence discovery.
It seems there's a simple trick if you want to find out which of your friends use Bang With Friends, the app that lets you hook up with selected friends on Facebook.
File-sharing company Box acquired Crocodoc today, which gives people a way to turn documents into smooth, HTML5 experiences.
Groupon co-chief executives Ted Leonsis and Eric Lefkofsky aren't racing to find the next CEO as the current executive team is "gelling."
So, you're looking for a fitness wristband to keep you in a healthy mindset. We've compared the top three to help you choose.
Twitter is losing its legal director Nicole Wong to the White House in the name of privacy. President Obama has tapped her as his newest Chief Privacy Officer.
The Pentagon spoke out about Chinese government-sponsored hacking today, directly accusing the country of "intelligence collection."
MG Siegler is leaving to become an investor at Google Ventures. We chatted with him about the move and what it means for his former firm CrunchFund.
The $100 Fitbit Flex starts shipping today, balancing the missing incline-sensing feature with Bluetooth connectivity.
Samsung's Galaxy S4 is officially allowed in the hands of Department of Defense employees -- so long as they run special Knox security software.
The Navy brought a retired squadron of helicopters called The Magicians back into action today. This time around, however, it includes 10 new drones.
One mobile app developer is saving secret procrastination by bringing Reddit to Google Glass.
For the first time, a tiny, insect-like robot flew in a video released today -- the first step to an army of RoboBees.
The same Chinese hackers exposed in a well-known report by security firm Mandient hacked into defense contractor QinetiQ in a three-year-long campaign. According to one security firm, they could be found in every corner.
NASA is releasing a "tank-like" rover out into the wild, this time to study warming glaciers on Earth. It's called Grover, and it was built by a team of students.
Twitter updated its iOS and Android apps today so you can see more trends in more places. The company also improved video playback on Vine.