Secrets, whispers and lies: Mobile apps bring back online anonymity, with a twist
A lot of people don't know how to use keywords to make their resume stand out, according to Susan Joyce, editor of job-hunt.org.
The popularity of social networks -- where people share much of their lives online with friends and acquaintances -- has spawned the growth of alternative "anti-social networks."
In Oval Office meeting, Obama seeks to reassure Internet CEOs concerned about NSA and privacy
March Madness is underway, which may mean a drop in productivity at workplaces around the country - and technology is facilitating in the process. Smartphone applications and websites are making it easier than ever to follow all the NCAA tournament games.
An online presence is an important way of networking, jobseeking, and telling the world about your professional life. It's possible to build a personal website in just a few minutes.
To one generation George Takei was best-known for his role as Sulu on Star Trek. Today, Takei is widening his appeal from the young to the not-quite-as-young generations.
Barbie dolls are wildly popular, and wildly unrealistic. Fans of a still-to-be-built alternative to Barbie are putting their money and behind a company whose tagline is "average is beautiful."
One of the country's biggest annual gatherings of music, film, and interactive media stars and devotees is underway in Austin, Texas.
Half a century later, landmark Supreme Court case on free speech still relevant in digital age
Mike Moss tried to stay away from his Apple products for a whole day. Did he make it?
The New York Times says the monocle will be the next big trend. But will it transfer to D.C.?
March 7 is the National Day of Unplugging. It was launched five years ago by the national nonprofit group Reboot.
New bills would limit police use of cellphone tracking, license plate recording
ABC7's Lauryn Ricketts says a social media following, in the right hands, is an asset during a weather emergency.
Parents can keep tabs on what their children are doing online, and with whom they're doing it, with a web-based monitoring system developed by a Northern Virginia company.
When Facebook paid a sum that could end up totaling $19 billion - yes, with a "b" - for WhatsApp, a lot of people thought that was an eye-popping amount of money. But Amir Efrati, senior reporter for TheInformation.com, tells WTOP it wasn't such an unbelievable price - in fact, someone else was offering more.
Review: App for tracking people's location could be friendship magnet or stalker's best friend
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