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Human biology, which had been the most popular major for women, slipped to second place.
DJI, a company best known for its popular Phantom line of drones, is branching out in an unexpected direction: selfie sticks.
The publisher of The Wall Street Journal joins a growing list of U.S. companies who have recently reported data breaches.
Privacy advocates say the new law highlights the need for similar protections at the national level.
Traveling this holiday season? You might want to think twice before throwing your boarding pass away after a flight.
The company expressed concerns that the security of some users' personal data could be compromised in certain circumstances.
Apple is the "Tesla graveyard" where failed employees go to work, the electric carmaker's boss has said in fiery comments.
Starbucks coffee shops will begin accepting Apple's mobile payment system in a pilot program starting this year.
A new point-and-shoot combines the power of 16 cameras to take DSLR-quality photos.
The goal is to develop algorithms that sift through online ads and identify patterns or characteristics linked to human trafficking.
The Red Planet's past may have been more blue than we think. A new study suggests Gale Crater may once have been an enormous lake fed by streams.
Sony announced a long-awaited price drop for the PlayStation 4, dropping it from $400 to $350.
The price hike will only immediately affect new customers. Existing customers will continue paying $8.99 a month until October 2016.
Thousands of Apollo mission photos, many never seen before, were posted last week on Flickr by an archivist.
Drop, cover and tweet. As that becomes common procedure after a tremor, the U.S. Geological Survey is using Twitter to detect earthquakes.
Amazon is getting crafty. The online retail giant is launching Handmade at Amazon, a virtual storefront where artisans can sell handcrafted wares.
The seven books are getting a makeover with more than 200 new illustrations in enhanced e-books made for Apple devices.
The 'Like' button could be getting some company. Facebook is testing out six new 'Reactions' that would let users express other emotions.
Back in July, the famous theoretical physicist began taking questions for his first-ever Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) session.
Google has bought the alphabet.