One of the promises of virtual reality offered was that we'd all be able to watch "courtside" sports game without having to leave our couches.

Minnesota Timberwolves’ Karl-Anthony Towns plays against the Memphis Grizzlies in the first quarter of an NBA preseason basketball game Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)

Samsung is set to reveal more about the problems that prompted Galaxy Note 7's recall.

Google Maps is making some D.C.-only updates to help you get around this weekend.

But federal investigators highlighted the challenges of semiautonomous driving.

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler tried to break the grip of large Internet providers. But now a cloud hangs over his achievements.

The company is so big, it may not be affected.

Cris Thomas says mundane threats vastly outnumber the ones that make headlines.

Facebook’s Zuckerberg suggests a lawsuit against its virtual reality company is just sour grapes.

Nintendo's console is innovative and fun but may struggle to find its place in your life.

There will be a lot to gawk at on the road this year.

Chairwoman Edith Ramirez has turned the FTC into a major technology regulator.

Los Angeles Valley College sent a bitcoin payment to unlock its computer files, an alarming issue facing higher education.

And testing out tech that could appear near you soon.

No, that isn't spy equipment. Ahead of the inauguration, several cell providers have constructed temporary cell towers for increased coverage ahead of the event.

The Switch is designed to move with people playing in their home and on the go.

The EPA has accused another car company of using software to cheat emissions tests.

The move could raise Apple's profile in Hollywood.

Facebook is teaming up with journalists to change how the news industry works with the social media network.

Both AT&T and Verizon's programs pose "significant risks" to competition, regulators find.

The company has disbanded its drone Internet program.

The man behind the popular UpliftingNews subreddit put out a call to rally around the family of the Chicago teen.

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