Although the Federal Communications Commission approved net neutrality, some in Congress and several Internet providers aren't happy with the decision.
Australian startup, Appster, can act as your startup's chief technology officer -- but it also wants the same salary.
AOL sponsors First Floor Labs, a hands-off incubator that lets budding entrepreneurs work on projects for six months with no demand for equity or results.
Daniel Negari bet that his .xyz top-level domain would take off, and luckily it did.
Remote-controlled drones are now being spotted everywhere, but not everyone likes the tiny unmanned aircraft. We find out why with DJI's director of aerial imaging Eric Cheng.
HealthKit's new iOS update comes without any apps for monitoring menstruation, fertility trackers or other female biology-based apps.
Google, Intel and luxury watch maker TAG Heuer will create a new smartwatch to compete with Apple.
A former Facebook employee is suing the company for sexual discrimination and harassment, claiming that one worker asked why didn't she "just stay home and take care of her children."
Google has helped out ABC television to create realistic girl characters who program computers.
Those who want to cut the cable cord may be in luck if Apple creates its new Apple TV lineup.