The whistleblowing organization says that the “Vault 7” leak details how the CIA uses sophisticated technology to hack into smartphones and computers.
The European Union's top antitrust watchdog is setting her sights on Google, taking the tech giant to task for allegedly elbowing out competitors' listings in online shopping searches.
We're about to have a major setback. Machines that were never before concerned with software will speak to each other, and, unfortunately, they won't have access to a translator.
Samsung and HTC just announced their new flagship phones, and Apple is expected to drop the iPhone 6 sometime soon. Chinese upstart OnePlus is hoping to give all those devices a run for their money -- literally.
If Google and its hardware partners can deliver on the promise of their new wearable devices, then the war for the hottest new market in technology is already won.
Dong Nguyen's supremely addictive iPhone game was earning him $50,000 a day, and an equal helping of hate mail.
Google's next Nexus phone (referred to by bloggers as the "Nexus 5," for lack of an official name) has been all but announced, with a torrent of leaks online providing a very good idea of what to expect.
On Tuesday, Apple released the biggest update to its mobile operating system since the introduction of third-party apps. Here's a quick rundown of the changes, for better and worse.
The companies behind the biggest mobile operating systems on the planet are teasing their imminent releases without providing much hard information.
Microsoft has been paying developers to build apps for its beleaguered Windows Phone operating system. Now the company has a better idea.