Legal experts hope to use technology to make some legal assistance available and affordable to all Americans, by facilitating the creation of court-approved documents for basic services.
If you like using social apps on your smartphone, some new trends may define the way you communicate in 2014.
The constant use of mobile devices raises the risk of an eye syndrome, according to doctors of opthalmology. One of the problems: mobile users don't blink enough.
Apple: We played no role in the NSA's alleged iPhone hack
Federal judge denies bail for Houston-area man charged with hate crime in 'knockout game' case
BlackBerry co-founder sells 3.5 million shares, trims stake to just below 5 pct
Tablets increasingly popular with small children, but some worry about the long-term effects
Apple's deal to sell iPhone through China Mobile likely to boost profits, but not market share
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Target says it learned of some phishing scams, to set up database of official communication
No more work email from home? Employers step in to prevent burnout among staffers
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BlackBerry announces $4.4 billion loss, partnership with Foxconn
Apple reaches deal to bring iPhone to China Mobile, world's biggest phone carrier
One-stop mobile phone app TodayTix offers Broadway ticket buying ease
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Proposed California legislation would require 'kill switch' as way to stop smartphone theft
Encryption arms race escalates. But can it stop government snoops?
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