Here are some gadgets that can help you have fun and won’t weigh down your bag too much.
Robocalls, telemarketers, clingy exes and more: Here’s how to block calls.
Location, location, location: Thanks to geo-fencing, when you’re near a Starbucks, you could see an ad for Starbucks.
Do you pay for text messaging? If you have a smartphone, you don’t have to.
The BBC has uncovered an entire industry centering on the buying and selling of access to compromised webcams, especially those owned by women.
Governor Rick Perry has signed HB 2268, a first-in-the-nation law that requires state and local law enforcement agents to seek a search warrant before accessing and reading Texans’ private email communications.
This may sound like a terrible plot from an episode (every episode?) of CSI: Miami. But it’s also happening every day in police departments across the country.
Facebook announced that it will no longer offer advertisers the ability to place Sponsored Stories, controversial advertisements that turn your social media activity into a commercial.
There are plenty of great free apps that can help you whip your diet into shape and cut out foods you may not even realize are dangerously unhealthy.
Consider these six tech products that can keep you safe and get you back on the road quickly if you have problems out on the highways.
A new device called Whistle is a complete activity monitor, much like the FitBit, that’s designed specially for man’s best friend.