Why should people have all the fun? A new game console for dogs keeps pets happy and occupied while their human friends aren't around.
Review: Pregnancy apps provide an easy way to track progress of both baby and mom
TuneIn app adds way to hear 'recently started' songs from 100,000 radio stations worldwide
If someone finds or steals your smartphone or tablet, chances are it can be located, police may not be able to retrieve it. Should you take the law into your own hands? Men's Health Tech Guy Gregg Stebben has five things to consider.
APNewsBreak: 'Hula' STD information app to get new name after protest by Native Hawaiians
New, more advanced Virginia travel guide now available for download through app stores
Getting children to do chores and how to organize money are challenges for parents -- My Job Chart is a high-tech way to help parents teach valuable life lessons.
Even going for a jog now comes with cybersecurity risks.
Government agencies haven't requested the American Red Cross set up shelters due to area flooding, but as the storm hit, the agency released a flood app.
New research shows speed reading apps limit the body's ability to backtrack, an eye movement crucial to reading comprehension.
Google Glass is becoming more available to the general public -- but is the wearable computer worth its steep price tag?
Online travel agencies are trying to get customers to make the switch from browsers to bookers with loads of deals in time for summer vacation planners.
In the future, you could enjoy your morning coffee with photos you just uploaded or with an inspirational phrase.
Gadget Watch: With Whistle, Fido can have a fitness tracker too
Angry parents are using technology to spy on each other, often enlisting children to do their dirty work, a divorce lawyer says.
Instead of calling up a friend or family member while you're walking home alone at night, a new web-based service can check-up on you automatically.
Alison Victoria, of HGTV and DIY Network's "Kitchen Crashers," discusses her new app and shares her favorite home designs of the season.
Zoobean, which started out as a Pandora-like service for curating and delivering children's books personalized to each child's needs, has expanded into recommending early childhood education smartphone apps.
Video games can get intense, but it turns out the real competition may be between the companies who offer the apps that let you play on your phone.
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