As more consumers turn to mobile devices to watch streaming video, DirecTV has updated its Android application in order to offer subscribers the ability to stream content from popular premium networks.
As more consumers around the world upgrade to smartphones, the adoption of indoor positioning systems will soon provide users granular navigation data more effectively than GPS.
With more people using social media to post a constant stream of details about their lives, a recent ruling out of New York stresses the need to be careful what you tweet.
As more consumers look for new ways to share photos with friends and family online, Sony leaping into the cloud by offering free photo and video storage.
With students that often know more about computer systems than teachers or administrators, cheating through digital methods continues to be an issue for high schools and universities.
While U.S. residents that fly commercially have to turn off their cell phones prior to take-off, a airline pilot in Australia left his phone on during a flight and found new text messages more interesting than landing the plane.
In order to encourage more users to read current news through Facebook, the social network is experimenting with a bolder method to display trending stories.
As Netflix continues to invest in original content to attract more consumers to the streaming video subscription plan, the media company detailed plans for the popular Arrested Development at a recent conference.
As Hulu continues to mature and carve out a successful subscription model in the form of Hulu Plus, the company promises a larger investment in content over the next year.
As more consumers are upgrading to 4G-capable smartphones, Verizon is continuing to quickly expand 4G LTE service into new markets across the country.
As more people turn to streaming video on the Internet to avoid the high cost of cable, D-Link has launched an inexpensive set-top box through Walmart for aspiring cord-cutters.