As 2019 draws to a close, it’s increasingly more difficult to recall how we used to get from one location to another without the benefit of the smartphone.
“Sorry about ya Grammy,” Lauren Turner captioned the video she posted on Sunday. She also included the hashtag “it wasn’t me.”
Technology has changed our lives dramatically over the past decade, forcing consumers to look at products in a way they never have before.
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The co-founders of Google are stepping down as executives of its parent company, Alphabet.
More than half of consumers are shopping online for their holiday gifts, according to a new report.
An Atlanta sixth grader turned his struggle with bullies into a patented invention to help other students.
The FBI is offering cybersecurity advice to people who purchase new smart TVs on Black Friday.
So far, the problems have only been going on for a few hours.
In a viral photo, a father is shown having one last beer with his sons hours before he died of cancer.
The amount of time that children are spending each day watching television or using a computer or mobile device is increasing alarmingly, according to an analysis by researchers at the National Institutes of Health, the University at Albany and the New York University Langone Medical Center.
It may be the beginning of the end for a costly Dallas County project known as TechShare.
Officials are warning holiday travelers to avoid using public USB charging stations at airports and other locations due to fears of a USB charger scam known as “juice jacking.”
Former Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch says President Donald Trump’s tweets about her during her testimony in the impeachment hearings are “very intimidating” to her and other witnesses.
Motorola is bracing for the future by returning to the past. The company is adapting its historical flip-phone design for a smartphone with a foldable screen.
Users took to Twitter early Tuesday morning to report connection problems with the commercial-free service, which costs $7 a month.
The three African-American women whose stories were shared in the 2016 movie “Hidden Figures” will be awarded Congressional Gold Medals.
Instagram has officially announced that it will begin the test of hiding “likes” for users in the United States.
The wireless carrier states on its website that the offer is only available if the pending Sprint merger closes, and the plans could be subject to line limits.
Facebook says it is deleting the name of the person who has been identified in conservative circles as the whistleblower who triggered the Trump impeachment probe.