Tech Corner

Microsoft: Don't expect a Windows 8 iTunes app soon

Microsoft believes nearly all major apps that can be found in Apple's iTunes store will also be available on Windows 8 by the fall, but it expects one glaring hole to remain.

See something suspicious? Download the new ‘See Something, Say Something’ app

See something suspicious? Well, now there’s an app for that.

YouTube launches paid subscription service

YouTube is launching a pilot program in which users can pay to subscribe to channels like Ultimate Fighting Championship and Sesame Street.

Top smartphones may soon cost more than $200

The days of the $200 smartphone could be numbered.

Yahoo's Marissa Mayer: Personal attacks are just 'noise'

Chances are, Marissa Mayer isn't reading this story.

Robotic jellyfish could be undersea spy

It's no James Bond. But then again, 007 probably couldn't patrol the ocean depths, in disguise, for hours at a time. Meet Cyro, the robotic jellyfish.

Star Wars is in safe hands with EA

After Disney killed off Lucasfilm's video game division, there was a bit of uncertainty over what the media giant would do with its recently acquired Star Wars video game franchises.

Windows 8 fixes are on the way

Windows 8 has been a financially successful but rocky transition for Microsoft. The company said Tuesday that it has no regrets about the major changes it made to Windows, but it is working to fix some of its most glaring mistakes.

Tesla talking to Google about self-driving car technology

Tesla Motors founder and CEO Elon Musk said he's been talking to Google about its self-driving car technology.

Internet sales tax: What you'll pay, and when

Internet shoppers could be one step closer to having to pay sales taxes on online purchases.

Digital tattoos, mind-reading headphones: The shape of things to come?

Forecasting future technology has never been easy. In the 1950s, scientists and technologists envisaged that by now the world would be free from disease, traversed by flying cars, and fueled by minerals from distant planets.

Senate to vote on proposed Internet sales tax law

The U.S. Senate is expected to vote on a long-debated Internet sales tax law Monday, paving the way for millions of consumers to start paying sales tax on online purchases.

Students weigh in on technology in the classroom

In Ms. Mustard's sophomore geometry class at Tucson, Arizona's San Miguel High School, students learned a lot of lessons this year and we're not just talking numbers.

4K TV promises to be four times clearer than high-def

Are you starting to take for granted the popping colors and hyper-detail of your HDTV? Fear not. 4K television is on the way, with screens that promise four times better resolution than today's best high-definition offerings.

High-tech camera acts like a bug's eye

The next generation of digital cameras could show us how bugs see the world.