Linkett is redefining "TV advertising". The Canadian company has created a digital signage solution that detects a shopper walking by a TV and lures them to stop and interact with ads by offering them content they can grab with their phone.
Stories by Christina DesMarais
Technology companies and legislators are doubling down on the fight against patent trolls.
Google is already known for great employee perks like free gourmet meals and haircuts, but the Internet search leader is looking to give its workers even more incentive to be innovative in the technology game.
Drone technology is advancing to the point where 30,000 unmanned aerial vehicles are expected to be in use over US skies within the next two decades.
Twitter's warning about hackers is another reminder about the importance of password protection.
Spotify isn't welcome in the House of Representatives, but not because members of Congress should be working rather than streaming music.
Google may get a chance to voluntarily change some of its advertising and search practices following a two-year antitrust investigation by US regulators.
Facebook and Google aren’t the only companies with the ability to spy on you. Brick-and-mortar stores can too – thanks to some creepy technology.
Europe's rival to GPS is stepping up its efforts to provide precise navigation, road transport management, search and rescue services and secure banking.
Datacentres across the world use about 30 billion watts of electricity, about the same as the output of 30 nuclear power plants, with digital warehouses in the US accounting for one-quarter to one-third of that load, The New York Times reports.
Apple's iOS6 mobile operating system looks to be a boon for travelers and other consumers through a feature that stores boarding passes and retail coupons, and airlines and retailers are already gearing up to be involved.
The Apple-Samsung patent infringement verdict is in, and the jurors who handed a major victory to Apple are speaking out.
It’s decided: Samsung copied Apple’s phone and tablet form and features and now has to cough up more than $1 billion, not to mention be more careful going forward in how it designs its products.
Google's nod to Hollywood with its decision to demote in its search results sites accused of copyright infringement raises questions about fairness and the ability of suspected violators to challenge the move.
Viewers of the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics have weighed in, calling it everything from "remarkable" to "hilariously quirky" and even "embarrassing".