Since people are spending more hours in front of computer monitors each year, Philips has developed a new technology designed to encourage healthy behavior while staring at the screen.
While movie theaters always encourage moviegoers to turn off mobile phones prior to a film, one company is encouraging users to keep those phones out during the pre-show experience.
While iPhone users have been enjoying the photography application called Instagram for the last eighteen months, Android users finally got to check out the app this week and they seem to love it.
In an arguably archaic move that may push existing DSL subscribers to other services like cable, Verizon plans to bundle landlines with high speed Internet service in the near future.
As consumers continue to rapidly increase their dependence on technology, Nissan is showing off out a redesigned version of the taxi that offers the ability to charge devices during a cab ride.
While many Facebook users altered their relationship status as a common April Fools Day gag, a Facebook status update prank backfired on a Batman fan and landed him trouble with local authorities.
While a handful of state governments are starting to take a closer look at the privacy of employee social network accounts, a Michigan woman was let go after refusing to provide access to her personal Facebook account.
As more people in the United States discover Spotify through Facebook and other sources, the music subscription company is extending the free service for all early adopters.
Taking advantage of data that can be provided by millions of Android-powered smartphones, Google re-launched traffic estimations using more accurate real-time data.
With more car accidents being attributed to the distraction of incoming calls or text messages, a North Carolina town has just voted to ban all mobile phone use when behind the wheel.
As popular celebrities gain millions upon millions of followers on Twitter, the cost of a purposeful prank or accidental mistake on that digital medium of communication can lead to litigation.
Satisfied with the progress made on development of the computer-controlled, self-driving car, Google offered up a preview of the technology to a blind resident of California.
While Amazon continues to remain quiet about any new Kindle-branded tablets, the retail giant just launched a firmware update for the Kindle Fire that offers a variety of improvements.