Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell doesn't just support the Patriot Act; he wants to extend it. The Kentucky republican introduced a bill that would extend the controversial surveillance methods for an additional five years.
T-Mobile, known for its radical mobile carrier plans, has joined forces with Google on the company's new Project Fi. CEO John Legere says it represents the kind of "fresh thinking" the U.S. wireless industry needs.
The House of Representatives passed a controversial new "Protecting the Cyber Networks Act" designed to address recent hacks and cyber threats. Critics fear that the bill represents another attempt to enact extra surveillance on civilians.
A new smartphone-powered eye exam service called Blink is launching in New York City and will provide on demand eye exams in homes and offices for $75. Results are sent to a professional who can make a prescription in under 24 hours.
Popular healthy living app Whole Pantry has been removed from the Apple App Store and the Apple Watch app has been pulled from Apple's showcase of apps that will launch on the wearable platform following controversy surrounding the app's…
It's more difficult than ever to seek out the best new apps released each week, even if you have the will to trawl through the app store on a regular basis. To make life easier, we've gathered our favorite app picks together in a handy…
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The Los Angeles Unified School District is not pleased with Apple after a botched initiative to equip every student with an iPad. The schools want a refund for the devices which were part of a failed $1.3 billion dollar program.
According to a survey conducted by Reuters, 6 percent of Americans will buy the Apple Watch. That seemingly small number would equate to 15 million units sold, far more than any of the smartwatch competition.