BlackBerry confirmed it is working with Boeing Co to create a high-security Android-based smartphone. The Boeing Black phone, which will be powered by BlackBerry’s BES 12, has the unique self-destructing capacity when it is tampered with.
Holiday shoppers who like to window shop can now revel in the spirit of the season by doing a virtual tour of the most iconic shopping addresses, thanks to Google Maps. The Business View feature brings window shopping online.
It's set to be a busy week for many given the holiday season and news ahead of the industry's biggest show, CES, that kicks off the new year. Keep tuned to Tech Times for the latest on CES and here's a look at the week's hot stories and topics.
Scientists suggest that global warming and climate change is taking a toll on Mount Rainer, which is causing the ice on its glaciers to melt. Experts suggest that the ice on Mount Rainer is melting six times the historical speed.
The carnivorous animal population, which includes wolves, lynx, bears and wolverines, has increased in Europe. Conservation approach is believed to have helped the carnivore resurgence in the continent.
Deforestation is not a local problem. It increases global warming, changes rainfall patterns around the world, and poses a threat to food security in some regions, researchers say.
A camera captures images of a saltwater crocodile breaking open the shell of a dead turtle and eating it. Saltwater crocodiles are the largest living reptiles on Earth.
Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu were killed in the line of duty by a gunman in New York City. What drove the assassin to kill police officers?
In a clinical trial, AstraZeneca's Lynparza shrank and even removed ovarian tumor in women whose ovarian cancer is linked with genetic mutations.
Findings of a new study give viewers of 'The Dr. Oz Show' and 'The Doctors' cause to be skeptical of the recommendations given on these medical TV shows.
The CDC advises consumers not to eat commercially produced caramel apples pending the results of investigations on the specific brands that may have sickened 28 individuals across 10 states.