If both you and your father are located anywhere in the United States, it won't cost you a cent to upgrade this year from email to a phone call
Bell Systems tested a public cellular network with 1,300 customers in 1978, four years before the FCC approved them for commercial use
With job listings in Silicon Valley up more than 40 percent, tech companies are doing everything they can to keep their employees from leaving
A patent reveals proactive features for the service's next iteration, including the ability to preselect files and folders that must be protected
While especially radiant, RCW 120 is just one of several such objects NASA's Spitzer telescope has found throughout the Milky Way galaxy
The name change surprised the company, which spent $5,000 installing hand pumps so residents could have access to clean water
Jon Wiley, the lead designer of Google Search, explains how he and his team are constantly improving the look of their website
And the platform continues to expand rapidly: It has added more than 13 million blogs to its servers in just over five months
About two-thirds of Twitter's users don't provide an actual city for their location, substituting, instead, nicknames and wordplay
The story of Steve Jobs' rise and fall and rise again is an epic one. And that's why he's getting turned into a comic character.
The online music service priced its shares at $16 for an IPO, but the public was willing to pay more, valuing the company at nearly $3 billion
After one full day on the market, Pandora has a market capitalization of close to $2.8 billion, but how does it compare to others?
Whenever I come across a website that won't load properly, I always wonder if there's a problem on my end, with my computer or browser. Is there a way to confirm that isn't the case so I can stop worrying?
You'll probably never get the chance to go into space, but this seven-minute video from NASA will show you the best of what you're missing
A survey of over 500 users of cloud management software shows us what factors are driving the adoption of virtual infrastructure
Curiosity should reach the surface of Mars, where it will work to determine whether or not life is possible, sometime in August of 2012
The latest Kickstarter success story, Dot is an app and pocket-sized 360-degree lens that lets you shoot and share unique video
Most consumers claim to be concerned about their private information, but they rarely bother taking the necessary steps to protect it
Before he was forced out of his position as CEO in 1983, Jobs purchased a plot of land in San Jose where he planned to move Apple
With massive server farms required to store its content, Apple is spending every dollar it makes on iTunes to keep the service running