Today, sound recording has totally changed and magnetic tape technology has all but been abandoned. Or, so one would think.
This Valentine's Day, a conversation with Stanford University sociologist Michael Rosenfeld and Bumble CEO Whitney Wolfe about the landscape of online dating apps.
It's a surprising move from a company that has been rapidly expanding for years.
Canada's busiest highway cuts through Banff National Park, so animals traveling into and through the park face many dangers.
The successful launch this week of a SpaceX heavy rocket has important implications for the future of space flight, and for the space agency.
If you have a voice-activated speaker, like the Amazon Echo or Google Home, you know it's handy for listening to music or setting alarms.
Waymo, the self-driving car unit of Alphabet, Google's parent company, is accusing the ride-hailing service of stealing trade secrets.
Millions of women who get mammograms each year increasingly face a choice between a traditional screening or a 3-D mammogram.
There are reports that the White House is considering government control of next-generation or 5G mobile broadband networks.
Military analysts have recently noticed that a public heat map of compiled data on the fitness app Strava reveals potentially sensitive military data about bases and spy outposts.
The city's Metro Council voted overwhelmingly this week to approve new regulations that target rental services like Airbnb and HomeAway.
The hugely popular trivia game app connects people around the world at preset times each day for live games.
Researchers are experimenting with new construction technologies and design techniques that promise to transform the way things are made.
Residents of Palmetto Bay, Florida, are complaining that apps like Waze have been routing traffic through their residential streets.
Parents are grappling with how to prevent their children from becoming too tied to technology.
Amazon Go, as it's called, welcomed its first customers Monday in downtown Seattle after about a year's delay.
Amid increasingly frequent government warnings, four Seattle companies have invented new virtual currencies and sold digital coins to the public.
Because photos and messages on the app disappear, it's hard for investigators to gather evidence.
The announcement is part of Apple's decision to repatriate its overseas cash and pay about $38 billion in taxes under the new tax law.
Is it possible to test if someone is too high to drive? Eli Wirtschafter from KALW reports an emerging industry is trying to answer that question.