2017 has become the year bitcoin went big.
YouTube's top viral video in 2017 was a singing man in an oyster costume.
A feud between two streaming rivals is easing up.
3-D-printed pancakes, liquid nitrogen cereal and electric Play-Doh.
This, indeed, was the year of the woman. From the Women's March in January to the #MeToo revelations, 2017 has seen social campaigns lead to social change around women's issues.
Tesla's stock has been a market darling this year and there is a lot of investor and consumer excitement about the company's new Model 3 electric car.
Bitcoin can't stop breaking records.
Google is going on a hiring spree to try to stamp out offensive videos and comments on YouTube.
One of the biggest movie chains in America has a plan to get more people into theaters, a move that comes as Hollywood is in the midst of a box office slump and more people stay home to watch "peak TV" on Netflix, Amazon and cable networks.
An Illinois man set off a back-and-forth on Twitter with Pop-Tarts brand and Illinois police after claiming to put mustard on his pastries.
Instagram wants you to stop touching koalas.
Dialog Semiconductor is finding out what happens when you put most of your eggs (or apples, perhaps) in one basket.
Facebook is eyeing a whole new demographic: kids.
Facebook is not afraid of Brexit.
Facebook and Google's impact on the media industry is coming under scrutiny in Australia.
Apple iPhones were rebooting themselves over and over Saturday morning.
Bahtiyar Duysak describes himself as "an ordinary guy."
Elon Musk says the first test launch of SpaceX's massive new rocket will happen next month.
It's a good idea to have a backup plan, especially in interstellar space.
Fliers traveling on American Airlines with battery powered "smart bags" will have to play by new rules in 2018.
Executives could face jail time for not reporting data breaches in a timely manner, if a proposed bill becomes law.
Jim Beam is selling what it dubs, "the world's first smart decanter" on its website for only $34.90.
You may be one of the growing number of Americans (or global citizens) who has a bit of nomophobia.
The world's biggest lithium ion battery has started delivering power.