The Taiwanese electronics maker goes back to its PC roots at the annual event with nary a new phone in sight.
A wearable robotic glove makes use of brain signals to help stroke patients restore the use of their hands.
Who said anything about a PC slump? The giants of the computing industry are in Taipei this week, hoping to bring the enthusiast scene to the mainstream.
New analysis from Flashpoint churns up evidence that WannaCry ransom notes were written by native Chinese speakers.
The airline scotched all flights out of Heathrow and Gatwick on Saturday due to a "major IT system failure." By Sunday, most systems were up but the airline said to expect delays.
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly says restrictions on electronics larger than a phone could be coming to more flights to and from the US.
After taking down human Go champion Ke Jie, the AlphaGo program will use its brains to help scientists tackle society's most complex problems.
Adam Valdez, winner of the 2017 visual effects Oscar for "The Jungle Book", shares his favorite jaw-dropping Star Wars FX -- and breaks down the innovations behind them.
Commentary: Apple co-founder says he's betting on Tesla to be at the forefront of the next big thing. He says Elon Musk creates products to please himself.
We delve into some amazing Star Wars secrets, like why the movie's effects team needed a hot tub behind the studio.
The tech giant says it's "burdensome" to meet Labor Department demands in a trial involving salary and gender at Google, says a report.
Commentary: The US president, who once said he loves WikiLeaks, believes that many of the current leaks to newspapers are fake.
The ghost of former president Richard Nixon haunts Donald Trump and suggests burning any tapes in this new parody video from "The Simpsons."
When a total solar eclipse surprised soldiers in ancient times, it brought an end to years of war. Now the same rare experience is coming to the US.
It's dangerous to go alone outside Google's vetted app store, but it's the price you pay for free software.
Every week we ask folks around the office a question to see what makes them tick. This week we asked which YouTube channels they love the most.
It's a Formula 1 car for the road, borrowing the best of Mercedes-AMG's motorsport technology to build one seriously gnarly road car.