Definitely one of the stupidest things you can do with a public social media account, a Florida man posted a variety of selfies on Instagram that led the local police department right to his front door.
Nowadays, when people get upset about something, they take to Twitter to let their feelings known. So on Thursday, when the site made an unpopular change to its service, it didn't take long for the backlash to begin, forcing Twitter into an about face.
Barreling ahead into a future that's one-half Minority Report and one-half I, Robot, a company has developed a new type of autonomous robot that can predict crime using an amalgamation of advanced technologies.
Looking for ways to detect when a person has fallen or been pushed onto the subway track, NYC is testing four separate systems that includes technology such as lasers and thermal imaging.
The organization that represents all five major wireless carriers in the U.S. has agreed to policy changes that will allow customers to have their cell phones unlocked within two days after a request to do so is made, as long as the customers have satisfied…
Major League Gaming reported massive growth this year, with the amount of MLG videos consumed in 2013, up 262-percent over 2013. The average user watched 150 minutes each.
Google has begun to roll out a change to Gmail that, when completed sometime early in 2014, will do away with the mandatory "Display all images" button found in Gmail messages containing attachments.
Yahoo Mail has certainly took a beating for the outages its users have had to deal with the past couple of days, but there appears to be some light at the end of the tunnel. Finally.
We run through the opening hour of Press Play's Xbox-exclusive downloadable game, Max: The Curse of Brotherhood. A charming story, beautiful visuals, and inventive mechanics combine in what appears to be a very promising platformer.
Gearbox Software releases a LootTheWorld app for iOS and Android that hooks into your Shift account and allows you to unlock Borderlands 2 loot by shooting QR codes and bar codes with your smartphone camera.
Eye-Fi's Mobi SD cards, which have built-in Wi-Fi for wireless transfers to a smartphone or tablet, has added beta support for desktop/laptop computers. The beta will be free to all users.