Google could soon be hit with yet another investigation over how it does business - this time in the display ad department.
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3D printed guns are going to be tough to control, and the Department of Homeland security knows it.
Mind control could one day take the pain out of 3D design.
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Lenovo continues to buckle industry trends by increasing its PC sales.
Mailbox quest to help you reach Inbox Zero is coming to the iPad.
HTC's struggles continue -- now with a string of major exec departures.
While casinos have already banned Google Glass, card counters are still exploring how they can use the device for other purposes.
Watson is going from the stage of Jeopardy! to world of customer service. And that's a great thing to hear.
Echoing its concerns with FaceTime, AT&T says that Android users will be able to use video chat on Hangouts by the end of the year.
As far as dubious honors go, this one is probably the most dubious of them all.
Online food delivery services Seamless and Grubhub are now one and the same.
Nokia's latest Lumia has a lot to like, but its hurt by a lot of unfortunate design decisions.
Can the Samsung juggernaut me stopped? All signs point to an unequivocal "nope."
Quantum computing promises to vastly expand what technology companies can do with data -- and Google wants a part of it.
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The new Google+ looks a lot nicer than the old Google+, but will that get you to use it?
Google is kicking the Samsung out of the Samsung Galaxy S IV with its own custom version of the device.
Google is announcing its answer to Apple's Game Center -- Google Play game services.
Google Maps is getting a major overhaul, as these leaked screenshots show.