Bordering on invasive as well as being extremely inconvenient, loan companies have moved the repossession process into the digital age with remote disabling functionality and GPS tracking.
Not putting much faith in the common sense of Los Angeles residents, the LAPD issued a warning on Twitter this week attempting to dissuade the public from placing their iPhones in the microwave.
Definitely a shift away from promoting Google+ usage, the search company has removed the mandatory requirement of setting up a new Google+ account when signing up for a Gmail account.
One of the long-standing CEO's from the early days of Silicon Valley, Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison is shifting from the CEO position to a role that will bring his focus on the development of new technology.
Potentially useful for Verizon customers that have upgraded to the new iPhone, the wireless carrier plans on slowly rolling out nationwide support for Wi-Fi calls by the middle of next year.
With multiple new tablets in the Kindle Fire HD line, Amazon is targeting multiple types of consumers including, but not limited to, budget-minded shoppers, parents of young children and office die-hards.
Ideal for anyone that's interested in transitioning to one of the two new iPhone models, Verizon has become more lenient with the upgrade process by opening up upgrades to contracts that end in mid-November.
Definitely a reason to purchase a new flip-lid smartphone case in the future, a young man in Tennessee ended up unknowingly butt-dialing the local 911 dispatcher while talking about future plans to get high.
Thankfully caught quickly and handled responsibly after it was posted, pizza maker DiGiorno got into some hot water after posting a tweet that didn't take the serious meaning of a hashtag into account.
In an attempt to allow the announcement to be drowned out by coverage of Apple's big day, Snapchat released a statement regarding the resolution of a lawsuit that was disputing ownership of the company.
Yet another case of distracted driving and social media obsession, a 20-year-old woman was charged with negligent homicide after crashing into another vehicle while she was allegedly browsing photos on Facebook.
Looking for a more unique way to offer digital music, country artist Garth Brooks has helped launch a new music service called GhostTunes that will allow a multitude of interesting options for both musicians and consumers.
Ideal for anyone that spends lots of time relaxing by the pool, the Kobo Aura H2O is a new ereader that will be perfectly fine submerged within a bit more than three feet of water for about half an hour.
Yet another story of social media leading to the arrest of a wanted criminal, the popular "Ice Bucket Challenge" craze got a parole violator into hot water when a tipster provided the location of the filming to police.