Facebook is not constitutionally protected speech, according to a federal ruling, in a case where public employees were allegedly fired over “liking” their bosses’ political opponent on their profiles.
New touch-sensitive technology may turn everyday objects into touchscreens, revolutionizing home goods and gaming.
The Transportation Security Administration is facing increasing scrutiny over its high- and low-tech security tactics, at a time when critics say a total overhaul is needed.
Phones come in handy in a crisis, as long as they work, and Japan is striving to build networks that work in the most extreme of conditions.
Hulu may require users to log in with their cable subscription information to watch content, as the cable industry leans on its advantages to keep customers from cutting the cord.
Facebook is keeping tabs on users beyond what they may expect, Consumer Reports discovered, highlighting how people like insurers and burglars can exploit the activity feed.
More tween girls are turning to the Web to take quizzes and play social role-playing games, illustrating how a key demographic is paving the way for future gameplay.
The oldest baby boomers will turn 65 this year, joining a growing senior citizen population learning to stay young at heart with the promise of social networks.
Retailers, financial institutions, carriers and phone makers are banking on mobile payments, but the emerging industry could hit a significant roadblock: reluctant consumers, concerned about privacy and security.
Two-thirds of Americans say they are unwilling to pay more than $50 per month for a mobile data plan, but eventually they’ll have to eat those words or change the way they use their smartphones.