Facebook is struggling in attempts to grab more mobile screen time with a new smartphone app as Google, Amazon and Apple launch or plan to launch new devices this year.
An airline employee found a Canon digital camera inside a waterproof case along a beach on Taiwan’s east coast and discovered that the memory card was still very much intact.
Internet policy expert Susan Crawford says deregulation allowed cable companies to dominate the nation’s Internet access business, slowing real progress.
U.S. cable companies operate regional monopolies, while phone companies face steep costs to upgrade their lines for Internet access, says Internet policy expert Susan Crawford, author of “Captive Audience.”
A Japanese researcher has found a clever way to foil would-be hackers trying to steal the computer password information of online banking customers.
A Taiwanese company has developed a system that allows shoppers to try on clothes without really trying them on.
It is good to be king — and Samsung’s new S4 is the undoubtedly the heir presumptive to the smartphone throne. But all is not well in the realm, as Reuters’ Jon Gordon explains.
U.S. defense officials believe cyber attacks pose the greatest threat to the nation’s security and experts say the U.S. power grid is particularly vulnerable, and a likely target, in a cyberwar.
The clashes between Apple and Samsung have come to a head in the days leading up to Samsung’s new Galaxy S4 launch, and the numbers say it all.
Spanish researchers are developing a low cost Global Positioning System (GPS), designed to overcome the so-called ”canyon effect” of inner-city driving.
Police and fire-fighters may soon have a new tool for assessing dangerous situations before taking action.
A U.S. company has created a blueprint to create gun parts using a 3D printer.
Chipmaker Qualcomm distributed a clever, entertaining video that illustrates the expansive and integrated role of mobile for the “Born Mobile” generation.
An implant attached to the retinas of people blinded by Retinitis Pigmentosa is allowing them to see, in many cases, for the first time in years.
The University of Chicago suggested sites like Facebook are more addictive that alcohol and cigarettes. Social media addiction has become an official condition.