For $9550 -- and counting -- that better be some mighty fine tasting potato salad.
Some flew a GoPro-equipped drone into a fireworks show and posted the footage on YouTube. The winner? Humanity.
The latest moves in T-Mobile's Uncarrier campaign include letting would-be customers test drive an iPhone 5s for a week and allowing subscribers to stream music from more than half-a-dozen services without it counting against their data plan.
The virtual currency is about to go big-time thanks to the Bitcoin Bowl, which will be held in St. Petersburg, Florida, this December.
The long-anticipated Amazon smartphone is finally here: Jeff Bezos showed off the Fire Phone at an Amazon press event Wednesday.
Like Amazon, T-Mobile will hold a press event in Seattle Wednesday night. But it seems unlikely that T-Mobile's event has anything to do with Amazon's rumored smartphone.
The latest update to the iOS version of the mobile baseball games adds some current players left out of the initial release, plus an in-app purchase option that lets you add players from the game's late-'80s heyday.
An animated version of Audrey Zhang's drawing will grace Google's home page on Monday, June 9.
You can now record and stream live TV via Aereo's service to your Chromecast device. But Aereo's very approach to streaming is still awaiting a Supreme Court ruling.
This activity tracker will be Acer's entry into the wearables market when it arrives later this summer. Our colleagues at IDG News Service had the chance to try out the Liquid Leap at the Computex trade show in Taipei.
Until now, Apple's attitude toward app stores has been "bigger is better." But the company's efforts to improve app discovery suggest a new attitude is coming to Cupertino.
Steve Ballmer may be in line to snap up the Los Angeles Clippers for a cool $2 billion. But he's not the only tech industry heavyweight with the bankroll and vision to make it big in basketball.
The Theft Alert featured introduced to the Lookout Premium mobile app Wednesday sends an email alert anytime it detects that someone's doing something suspicious with your smartphone.
Kids will don the virtual reality headset to play games at select Chuck E. Cheese's locations.
It's certainly no slam dunk, but a group of Clipper fans are using a crowdfunding campaign to try and take control of the team, turning it into a publicly owned, non-profit operation.