An obscure e-book built on Web buzz hit number one on the New York Times Bestseller list this week, rocking the publishing world and illustrating the growing power of digital books.
Twitter, the small start-up that could, celebrated its sixth birthday today, pondering the next move for social networking domination.
Nokia patented a body tattoo with magnetic ink connected to its smartphones, as science and technology merge in innovative and strange new ways.
Technology manufacturers should assume responsibility for e-waste disposal in developing nations, a U.K. charity says, as the global spread of cell phones and computers presents new environmental challenges.
Online copyright laws are becoming increasingly complex, confusing the public and resulting in unintentional legal violations.
Colleges and employers are demanding access to private Facebook and Twitter profiles, as the debate over online privacy continues to escalate.
Internet access can lead to distraction instead of increased productivity, researchers say, resulting in a growing trend dubbed “insecurity work.”
Police forces arrested five members of LulzSec on two continents Tuesday, betrayed by their own former leader as governments crack down on cyber security threats.
Smartphone users nostalgic for the golden days of flip phones can relive the 90s with a “new” kitschy iPhone case.
Apple claims it created a half-million U.S. jobs, but outsourcing much of its workforce still raises questions on whether tech companies could be doing more to help the economy.