Nation's biggest arts and crafts retailer reportedly working with Secret Service on data security attack.
FBI reportedly discovered about 20 hacking cases in the past year that involved the same kind of malicious software used against Target.
Well north of 740 million records were exposed in 2013, making it the worst year in terms of data breaches recorded.
Can Google Glass - which includes a camera - be worn in movie theaters?
SEATTLE - Shape Security. Remember that name. The Silicon Valley start-up emerged from stealth mode this morning to publicly unveil details of its plan to revolutionize cybersecurity.
Online retail giant Amazon says it knows its customers so well it can start shipping even before orders are placed.
To make the lens, Google had to design its own tiny chips and mount them on very thin, flexible, plastic-like film.
On Thursday, the Kings organization began accepting Bitcoin purchases, making it the first professional sports franchise to do so.
Apple has agreed to pay out millions of dollars in a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission after kids racked up big bills on their parents mobile devices.
Netflix may see extra $75 million to $100 million in annual content delivery costs to cable companies for access to residential customers who are streaming Netflix content, analyst estimates
Ford Motor Compnay found itself trying to assure the public this week that it doesn't use on-board technology to spy on driver behavior.
An app that allows users to quickly hail a ride from their mobile device is growing in popularity among passengers, but taxi drivers claim it puts them at a disadvantage.
The National Security Agency has placed software on nearly 100,000 computers around the world that allows it to conduct covert surveillance on the machines, the New York Times reports.
SAN FRANCISCO - The massive security breach that hit Target over the holidays may be only the beginning for the retail industry.
RAMNICU VALCEA, Romania - It's easy to tell which kids in this town have helped to make it a global center for criminal hacking and Internet scams.
The acquisition thrusts Google squarely into multiple markets: search, email, smartphones, PCs, tablets and - now - the home.
There's a group of volunteers in Sacramento hoping to use hashtags for good by connecting people to their neighborhoods.
One of the largest solar flares in the last 10 years could intensify the Northern Lights, otherwise known as the Aurora Borealis.
Unique case turns iPhone into stun gun.
LAS VEGAS - There are cheap, powerful smartphones that are a viable alternative to the iPhone for some consumers, especially in Europe and fast-growing developing markets.
Space station gets White House support for another four years of financing
LAS VEGAS - Soon, you will be able to start the dishwasher or turn on the air conditioning from your mobile device.
5 talking points from day 2 of the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show.
A campaign to collect individual contributions to finally get a personal vertical takeoff and landing vehicle into production after decades of development has fallen far short of its goal.
LAS VEGAS -- The hydrogen-powered car is back, and this one is wearing a Toyota badge.
Google has announced that Audi, GM, Honda, Hyundai, and chip manufacturer Nvidia in creating a partnership that brings Android to the car.
An array of new personal health devices aims to help you beat depression, lose weight, reduce stress or improve your fitness level.
Entrepreneurs are moving faster than ever in a multi-billion dollar race to create hot new social apps at a time when locking down databases containing consumer information is getting more complex.
SAN FRANCISCO - Several million Snapchat usernames and phone numbers were apparently leaked online late Tuesday night.
In 2014, you can say goodbye to the standard incandescent light bulb.
Something is killing starfish up and down the West Coast and no one knows what.
This week in Tech we looked back at the biggest stories of 2013, from gadget reviews to company mergers and more.
DAVIS - By becoming the first local company in nearly a decade to launch an initial public offering, Marrone Bio Innovations is hoping to pave the way for other local biotech firms to do the same.
Spacewalkers accomplished more than expected Saturday outside the International Space Station but wrapped up their work early, after one reported feeling cold.
Auburn company InterMotive is doing its part to protect officers across the country by developing security devices for police cruisers.
SAN FRANCISCO - Two state officials have announced plans to introduce legislation requiring smartphones to have a "kill switch" that would render stolen or lost devices inoperable.