Bad news for the Biebs! On Tuesday, Rihanna passed the teenage heartthrob as the most viewed artist on YouTube. Full story
Google I/O, the tech giant's annual developer conference, kicks off with a keynote event on Wednesday. Based on rumors, leaks, and well-educated guesswork, here's what we think we'll hear about.
Science editor Alan Boyle's blog: Amateur biotech labs are delving into what's arguably the 21st century's hottest scientific frontier — and stirring up worries as well.
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While most carriers are still expanding their 4G LTE coverage across the United States, development of 5G technology is well underway. Samsung has successfully tested its 5G platform and aims to launch the next-generation mobile network by 2020.
With more than 1.5 million apps now available for Android phones and Apple's iPhone, a congressman is proposing a law that would require mobile app developers to let users know what an app's privacy policies are when it comes to information being shared and the length of time the information is kept by a developer.
Researchers have built an energy conversion technology inspired by photosynthesis, the process plants use to convert sunlight into food. It may one day power remote sensors.