Tidal proclaims one key feature is lossless music. Less heralded is that the streaming music service may mean more money for musicians.
A new concept luxury car from Mercedes-Benz shows that self-driving robot cars are no longer just the stuff of science fiction.
A pair of analysts boost their price targets on Netflix, and Facebook opens up Messenger to third parties.
Self-destructing email and other privacy controls for the Internet can come at a price, and some solutions are free as well as safe.
The bigger that Netflix gets, the bigger that its catalog becomes, a benefit no matter where its subscribers live.
Digital television is here, but there are plenty of reasons that we're not hopping on the trend. One involves what Apple hasn't done yet.
Earnings reports send Tilly's and Papa Murphy's up and Chinese firms iDreamSky and Youku Tudou down. American Airlines soars, and Weight Watchers loses.
Big online travel agencies are losing customers to sweeter deals offered by hotels and airlines. Car rentals are a different story.
The MyFord Touch system has been a headache for many consumers, so Ford is throwing it away and using Sync 3 for some 2016 models.
The head of Google's (X) division talks about testing driverless cars and delivery drones as South by Southwest moves on from music to talk tech.
The Dow and S&P 500 fell Tuesday as commodity-related shares declined and nervousness increased ahead of a Fed statement, while the Nasdaq edged higher.
Apple has two big, new reasons to make the switch to its set-top device: The price is down from $99 to $69, and HBO Now will be an exclusive.
Dave & Buster's, GoPro, Boston Beer and Vonage let fans get in on their IPO. Sometimes the results were worthwhile. But not always.
Hillary Clinton wanted just one email address to simplify her life. To simplify my life, I rely on more than one, and that has other benefits, too.
As cars become more interconnected, the threat of hacking is growing. Here's what automakers are saying and, more importantly, doing.
Where could Apple go beyond its new watch? How about TVs, cars, a search engine, wearable cameras and a line of products for your smart home?
Forget what can be stolen in data breaches. MIT says it just needs to examine only a few receipts to figure out who bought the stuff.
On March 10, 2000, the Nasdaq composite index closed at 5,048.62. It hasn't set another all-time high since. What's been going on?
Analysts predict a fine quarter for Verifone (which authorizes paying by plastic) and Vail Resorts. Box will release its first report since its IPO.
Apple is reportedly exploring if it wants to build cars. But it might really be building something more disruptive -- a car service.