When Andrew Mason left his role as CEO of Groupon, he was uncharacteristically serious about his next move.
When Pat Gelsinger left his job as a top exec at EMC to become CEO of VMware, he immediately landed in a pickle.
Jake Lodwick is a startup guy who rubs some people the wrong way, but he's helped create a bunch of successful startups.
Brooklyn startup MakerBot, which brought 3D printing to the masses, was just acquired by Stratasys, a professional-grade 3D printing company, for $403 million in stock.
Eye-tracking has become the tech trend du jour.
Advertisers use data on where you look and when to better capture your attention.
Microsoft is getting rid of controversial DRM restrictions it announced last month at the unveiling of the Xbox One.
iPhotoCap is an iOS app by developer Rob Green designed to let you add captions to your photos.
As mobile devices like smartphones and tablets take over many computing tasks from traditional desktops or laptops, they're also changing the way we consume entertainment.
When people think of tech startups, two places typically come to mind: the Silicon Valley and New York City.
Later this month, Microsoft will start doing something it has never done before.
Starting June 26, Microsoft will pay a cash bounty to hackers who find undiscovered security holes in Windows 8 and Internet Explorer 11 and submit them.