An expert walks through what they mean, from transgender to pangender.
Online reviews keep stirring controversy, whether it’s about them being fake, biased or worth money.
The Golden State becomes the first state to demand that children have an “eraser button” online.
It’s not just because “phubbing” is really fun to say.
Driverless cars are the future. And that future is still years away. In the meantime, consumers can experience the building blocks of driverless cars, which are already on the market as “driver assist” features.
When a high-profile act of violence occurs, certain reactions are predictable. The White House will respond with a sober statement. Reporters will throw themselves into hyperdrive. And people will start buying up domain names.
Should your boss ever have access to your Facebook page? What about a prospective boss? Or your school administrator?
Former Texas Rep. Ron Paul is waging a fight to wrest his namesake Web address from the current owners. It’s harder than it sounds…
Who is allowed to read through your e-mails — or update your Facebook page — when you die? In many states across the U.S., there are no clear answers to such basic legal questions
Planning for digital assets is something that anyone crafting a will—or power of attorney—should consider these days, particularly given that laws vary state by state and an increasing number of families are finding themselves locked out of their loved one’s accounts.
Are you plagued by dropped calls? Is your download speed slow as molasses? Well, that could be because your metropolis is on this list. As part of TIME’s look at how wireless technology is changing our lives, we partnered with …
In our Wireless Issue, TIME examines how mobile technology is changing everything from politics to health care. But as anyone who’s young and single knows, it’s also affecting the dating game—largely because of texting. …