Facebook’s Trusted Contacts feature lets you specify friends who can participate in the password-recovery process.
Big Blue’s researchers have set a Guinness record with their new cartoon — every pixel’s an atom.
The Computer History Museum honors a distinguished scientist who worked on the first computer, and just kept going.
The Bluetooth audio maker is letting other apps and services talk to its Up band, and adding BodyMedia’s products to the lineup.
A new web service aims to complement Gmail with one-click tools for dealing with the messages — important or otherwise — which fill your inbox to the bursting point.
Microsoft’s ad doesn’t actually explain why you want to buy a Windows Phone, but it is funny.
One of Android’s best features arrives on iOS in an update to the Google Search app.
Reed Hastings regrets Netflix’s aborted plan to spin off its DVD service. But he hasn’t explained how it happened in the first place.
In vintage video, one of techdom’s most durable personalities assures worried people that PCs are just as easy as a typewriter.
We’re seeking rising stars and underappreciated gems for our annual list of the web’s best sites.
A remarkable American invention celebrates its birthday today.
One of the best third-party Twitter clients just got even better.