LG is launching a flexible, paper-like electronic reader, a new device that may revolutionize the tablet industry.
Gaming is fun, but a growing number of titles are harnessing games’ potential to improve users’ health and quality of life in the face of serious illness and injury.
Frequent Facebook use rewires the brain, researchers say, sparking fear that excessive social networking can cause mental and health issues.
“Contactless chargers” turn everyday surfaces into power boosts for smartphones and tablets, which could play a valuable part in “smart homes.”
A new law bans drivers in Chapel Hill, N.C., from using any type of cell phone while behind the wheel, as governments grow increasingly concerned about road safety.
Facebook can predict the month and day people are most likely to enter or leave a relationship, underscoring how social networks mirror and shape real-life behavior.
Groundbreaking antenna technology could drastically improve network connections, suggesting the next generation of mobile devices will be able to boost reception regardless of carrier or place.
“Mad Men” fans can join Don Draper’s world in a vintage-style YouTube game, in another example of TV-inspired online entertainment.
Millions of people will remember what it’s like to be disconnected, thanks to the National Day of Unplugging, a 24-hour technology detox that promotes real-life experiences.
Google now holds a U.S. patent for a technology that allows it to use “environmental factors” recorded through users’ cell phones to offer personal ads, raising privacy concerns that could scare off some customers.