The developer of the challenging, frustrating and addicting game Flappy Bird has pulled the game off the market in a mysterious move.
The number one app skyrocketed to popularity more than its developer, Dong Nguyen, ever expected. Nguyen's next move is surprising.
Google's videoconferencing tool aims to lower costs, complexity of remote business meetings
A study found that many U.S. adults would rather go without sex than their mobile devices.
Argentine shoppers becoming citizen-cops, using free app to report price inflation
New study shows that dependency on smartphones has gone way up.
Researchers are trying to determine how much time phone users spend engaged with their devices. And, a new app attempts to quantify why many have a "phone jones."
Here's why you should give daily-deal sites Groupon and LivingSocial a second chance
Facebook's new mobile app, Paper, is a graphically-pleasing alternative to the regular Facebook mobile experience. Will it render the original obsolete?
The top 10 books on Apple's iBooks
Car warnings? US to propose new rules in hopes of cutting crashes
Facebook celebrates a big birthday Tuesday, marking a decade since Mark Zuckerberg launched the social media network from his Harvard dorm room.
Young children seem to gravitate to mobile technology. A long-time child educator says kids with devices are learning faster than ever before.
Yahoo says usernames and passwords stolen, information used to gather names, addresses
The drawer full of old USB drives can help keep your dog safe, according to Data Doctor Ken Colburn.
NFL to launch new digital video service, seeking to increase revenue from mobile advertising
The just-launched SocialRadar app, developed by a DC-based company, is a real-time way to identifies people nearby and remember how you know them.
DMV: 725 convictions in Virginia since texting-while-driving law began in July 2013
Sunday's Super Bowl poses an immense challenge for security officials, particularly in analyzing the flood of available data to discern a legitimate threat.
The first six months of Virginia's law getting tough on texting while driving reveal a clear trend. Drivers in Northern Virginia are the most likely to be convicted.
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