Summer happens to be a hot season for interesting doggie tech. Check out these cool finds.
Google is once again allowing Gmail users to make free telephone calls directly from their inbox, all without any kind of service contract or landline phone.
While you may think of YouTube as a place to check out the latest in funny animal videos, there’s a lot of content that caters to the brain rather than the funny bone.
We’ve identified the most common sharing missteps, most of which you’ve probably seen in your own news feed—or even made yourself.
Listening to the regular old radio is a drag. You have to suffer through commercials, DJs who talk too much and songs you don’t like. But if you have a smartphone, you don’t have to put up with it.
The future was supposed to be filled with less paper, right?
Using your smartphone to take good fireworks photos? It’s possible. You might even get some keepers.
For each map, you can choose from a selection of words frequently used in Yelp reviews – hipster, frat, tourist, noodles, etc. – to see which areas of the city are most associated with each word.
It’s been a rough couple of weeks for Facebook.
If you’re in the shrinking pool of people who still have a land line, you’re most likely inundated with calls from telemarketers. But your cell phone is different, right? Right?!
According to computer security experts, the site may be drastically underestimating the extent to which personal data was leaked last week.
While it may not seem like a big deal that poorer students aren’t sharing more on Facebook, not using the social network could harm them academically.