The new online healthcare exchanges have buckled under heavy traffic. But that isn't a sign that Obamacare is broken, says President Obama. iOS 7 had glitches too – and nobody's calling for Apple to shut down.
Tech wild man John McAfee is creating a device called D-Central that will allow us to communicate and share files anonymously. Will this be our best chance at restoring our online privacy?
Apple's iOS 7 is a vast improvement over previous versions of the company's mobile operating system. Unfortunately, users who want to keep a tight rein on their private data still have to dig through a pile of settings to get everything locked down.
An FAA advisory panel has reportedly recommended that the agency lift a ban on using gadgets, like smartphones and tablets, during takeoff and landing. Don't get too excited, though – the FAA still has to change the rules.
Looking for a new, unique way to enjoy your favorite spirits? Then look no further than the Vaportini, a simple glass apparatus that makes consuming alcohol even more dangerous than it ordinarily is.
Now would be a good time to check your credit history for anything fishy. ID thieves have infiltrated the networks of three major data brokers, according to a seven-month investigation by security researcher Brian Krebs.
A fake ad for Apple's iOS 7 has apparently tricked some poor saps into thinking the update makes their iPhones waterproof. That, of course, is a big, fat lie.
Google reportedly has plans to launch a new advertising tracking technology known as AdID. The potential move has rattled the advertising industry. But who cares what they think? Here's what it could mean for you.
This is why we can't have cool things: iMessage Chat for Android available through Google Play has serious security flaws, according to security researchers and developers. Download at your own risk.
Apple's Touch ID fingerprint sensor isn't just for fingers. It also works with cat paws, nipples, and some body parts that we won't even mention. (Just use your imagination. Err, actually, don't.)
Chaos Computer Club hackers claim to have bypassed Apple's Touch ID fingerprint sensor in the iPhone 5S. Fortunately for us users, the hack really isn't as big a deal as some are making it out to be.
A new Google-owned company, Calico, has made it its mission to cure death. Sure, it sounds crazy – but it also makes total sense: The men behind the firm are all rich, smart, and ambitions.
Concerned about the privacy, security, and legal implications of the iPhone 5S fingerprint sensor? So is Sen. Al Franken, who has sent a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook asking all the crucial questions about the hot new mobile tech.
If you downloaded iTunes 11.1 beta, which was available online before Wednesday's official release of the new iTunes, you're going to want to update to the final version to get access to the release's hot new feature: iTunes Radio.
Pandora has launched a new version of its iOS app ahead of the release of iOS 7 and its new competitor, iTunes Radio. Is it enough to keep the streaming radio service from falling behind the pack?