Taking a page from Seinfeld’s Soup Nazi, one British coffee shop is throwing out chatty phone talkers.
The price of pay TV will more than double in the next eight years, enticing millions to cut the cord with cable companies in favor of digital streaming services.
Internet activism can be quite effective, as in the case of a film’s campaign to reach its intended audience, but it also runs the risk of putting people behind suspect causes.
The Tumanako project, open-source code for electric cars, is appealing to racing enthusiasts, but the do-it-yourself initiative won’t be coming to a dealer near you.
A California man, texting on his phone, ran into a 500-pound black bear on his walk to work.
The day when smartphones alert people to emergencies is not far off, as government agencies, social media and industry innovations combine to revamp national notification systems.
New York City phone booths are getting touch screen upgrades while traditional pay phones fade away, as popular technologies replace outdated methods of public communication.
Twitter users united to save a carjacking victim, illustrating the social network’s potential for good.
Wish you could swim with your iPhone? Now you can — in up to 20 feet of water.
When law enforcement seeks information about a suspect, a subpoena to Facebook may give investigators a wealth of evidence, proving online history is permanent, and unprotected.