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.
Designed to appeal to consumers that are looking for speed and efficiency when ordering food, a pizza joint has created a one-step process to getting a pizza delivered to the front door.
Offering up an alternative to expansive razor blade replacement cartridges, a Web start-up is using the power of the Internet to virally spread the word about low-cost shaving gear.
As more teenagers are turning to social media to converse with celebrities and other popular figures, one Minnesota teen utilized Twitter to snag a date with a girl in the adult entertainment industry.
As more consumers are using tablets to watch movies and television shows, Netflix is looking into upgrading its iPad application to offer high-resolution streaming video to subscribers.
After AT&T's attempt to merge with T-Mobile quickly fell apart due to pressure from the federal government last year, the telecommunications company is in hot water with the Justice Department yet again due to alleged abuse of a service for the hearing…
While many BlackBerry fanatics are anxiously awaiting upcoming smartphone models that use the BlackBerry 10 UI, a design firm threw some fuel on the fire with a concept of a future Blackberry smartphone.
As visual social networks like Pinterest rapidly become more popular among photographers, Facebook is attempting to keep up with another revision to the photo viewer.