Instagram's controversial new policy allowing it to profit
from sharing members’ photos with advertisers has sparked a user revolt.
Less than a third of Americans ages 18 to 29 report wearing a watch at least most of the time. The culprit? Cell phones.
In the event of a hurricane, how do you plan to charge your phone or laptop if the power is out for several days? Here is a prep list.
The Internet is full of scammers hoping to steal your identity. Not all scams are obvious, but these tips will help you spot them easily.
Microsoft Corp.’s new Windows 8 has not given a boost to U.S. sales of PCs and tablet computers, according to the NPD Group.
If you don't want to miss another meeting, a deadline or someone
else's birthday but you absolutely hate using the old and trusted
file-o-fax, then you should consider using online scheduling tools.
Browsing for the best deal on the Internet during this holiday season
can make even the savviest shopper feel like a high-stakes gambler.
Pinterest is the one looking to get pinned this holiday season.
Pre-written mass-produced cards are getting passed over in favor of a
slew of new options, both digital and paper, created online.
Txting n drivng? The good news is that a host of smartphone applications can help you break the dangerous habit.