Moshe Kai Cavalin has two college degrees, but he's too young to vote. He flies airplanes, but he's too young to drive a car alone.
The Supreme Court seems divided over whether Internet search sites can be sued for publishing false information about people if the errors don't cause any real harm.
Hate your cable box? In a few weeks, Time Warner Cable is going to start testing in New York City a cable service that doesn't need one and is delivered over their customers' home Internet.
It turns out that Apple's streaming-TV box — aptly named Apple TV — isn't just for streaming anymore.
Apple's iPhone is the company's biggest success story. But its other products aren't all faring as well, according to its latest earnings report.
ESPN has begun removing its videos from YouTube due to rights and legal issues surrounding next week's launch of YouTube's ad-free subscription service, Red.
After laying off more than 300 workers, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is trying to lift the spirits of the remaining employees by giving them 6.8 million shares of the stock he owns in the online messaging service.
Car infotainment systems that use voice commands may let drivers keep their hands on the wheel, but they're still highly distracting.
With the new Surface Pro 4, typing on a Microsoft tablet finally feels like typing on a regular laptop.
Expedia's online travel sites are introducing tools designed to show the true cost of flying.
Verizon has long been known as a home phone and wireless service provider. But it's evolving to make more money by tracking what we watch and read on our phones.
Amazon is stepping up its fight against bogus product reviews on its site, suing more than 1,000 people for allegedly offering to post glowing write-ups for as little as $5 apiece.
Google is escalating an attack on Microsoft's lucrative Office software in an attempt to hit its longtime rival where it will hurt the most.
Yahoo is trying to phase out passwords with an update to its mobile application for its email service.