With not one but two separate camera lenses stuck on the front, your selfies on the Vivo V5 Plus might be better than ever.
The Amazon Go brick-and-mortar concept has spooked retailers looking to tech to get you back in their stores.
The annual independent film fest brings together auteurs, glitzy celebs and - more recently - some of the artiest tech and geekiest plot devices.
Think Donald Trump is the first president to use new media to spread his message? Think again.
Some say it might not be as bad you think. Others say Donald Trump's potential influence on the industry is "alarming."
The $10m fund will be used to create content for the HTC Vive that showcases issues facing the planet.
The Aoba Velox-III is equipped with special thrusters that let it remain in orbit for six months, double the normal length of time a satellite would be expected to last.
Facebook CEO says be a friend and have a shared vision, but scare them when you have to and move fast.
For the third year in a row, global temperatures continued to rise, once again breaking the record.
A little satellite can make big waves.
This magnificent photograph celebrates the seventh landing of a reusable rocket.
Blizzard's new merch merges a legend of board gaming with a legend of online gaming.
Nintendo officially announces its newest mobile game, and this time around, Android and iOS will get a simultaneous launch.
The streaming service is finding that shows produced abroad catch on at home. It's one of the surprising nuggets that helped fuel a strong fourth quarter.
The popular smartphone game hits Android devices three months after its iOS debut.
Discover the hidden secrets of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Hollywood in a new video.
The veteran of stage, screen, "Star Trek" and "X-Men" has been cast to voice the most notorious of all emojis. No, not the peach that looks like a butt.
The president tells reporters that he doesn't think commuting document-leaker Manning's sentence sends a message that the US will tolerate similar crimes.
In an open letter, almost 80 advocacy groups say the social network needs to be more transparent about its censorship decisions.
Commentary: Some foreigners have been confused by signage on Japan's loos, which do far more than flush. So its sanitation industry comes up with standardized icons.