A new app for autistic children points to the growing role mobile technology plays in education and highlights its potential to encourage meaningful communication.
A hacker was arrested after posting a photo of his girlfriend’s bountiful cleavage, in perhaps the first documented case of “boobris,” or the downfall from lady parts.
Steve Jobs transformed computer culture, and a new movie promises to etch his early legacy into the public consciousness.
The openness of the Internet is under threat from Facebook and Apple, and government control, Google co-founder Sergey Brin said, claiming the U.S. could turn into China or Iran. But is it really that bad?
Camera-powered glasses are helping people lose weight, researchers say, by making food look bigger.
The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act is worse for civil liberties than SOPA and PIPA, according to opponents, who face an uphill battle against this widely-supported bill.
A Turkish pianist is facing prison time for anti-Muslim tweets, raising questions over the state of religious and Internet freedoms in less than secular countries.
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.