FCC chairman says that airplane call restriction is outdated, DOT weighs creating its own ban
Gift Guide: How to navigate the maze of choices when buying new smartphone
Twitter, the popular microblogging site, has released an update which focuses on facilitating private messages, instead of the public tweets that made it a social media giant.
Advocacy group calls on Fisher Price to stop selling baby seat with iPad attachment
Taking pictures is often thought of as a way to remember an event, but a new study shows people have a worse memory of objects when they snap photographs of them.
This week's top 10 paid and free apps for iPhone and iPad on the App Store
Most photos this holiday season will be taken with cellphones. Capturing good images indoors presents challenges. Photographer Cedric Terrell offers tips for better holiday photos.
Nobody looks forward to the process of filing a car insurance claim. A new mobile app can speed what normally takes several days into a few hours.
This scientist has found a way to use your smartphone to make your Christmas sweater the ugliest at the party.
Virginia has launched a mobile safety app that turns smart phones into crime-fighting devices.
Seeking to enhance its technology pedigree, the District is close to signing a deal that would bring a dozen Chinese software firms to the nation's capital. A separate agreement with Microsoft is also almost done.
Review: Moto G isn't the best smartphone out there, but it trumps rivals with $179 price
A popular web app lets users find Facebook posts they've made that some might find offensive, with the option of deleting - or repeating - the edgy comments.
Being stuck at the airport is a drag, but there are apps, devices and games that can make your travel delay a little less painful.
Colorado man pleads not guilty in deaths of 2 teenage boys; police say blackmail was motive
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No more work email from home? Employers step in to prevent burnout among staffers
BlackBerry interim CEO says BlackBerry will focus on business users
Wearable computers are all the rage. There's Google Glass and a number of smart watches. Now, Sony has applied for a patent for a SmartWig.
Encryption arms race escalates. But can it stop government snoops?