Need help paying off student loans? Why not try out Givling, an online true-or-false trivia game that helps pay off student loans once it earns a certain amount of money. The game will launch sometime this month.
Save yourself from hours of scrolling and searching through Netflix's massive library by checking out this list of our favorite movies you can stream right now.
FCC chairman Tom Wheeler addressed the Net neutrality decision, spectrum auctions, and more at Mobile World Congress 2015. Although his keynote provided few answers, it held some good info.
Apparently not content with sticking its Street View camera on cars, trikes, boats, and backpacks, the team behind the panoramic-imagery service has now attached one to a zipline for canopy-to-ground photos of the Amazon rainforest.
After originally stating it would start blocking adult content on its Blogger platform later in March, Google decided to abandon the change and step up its enforcement efforts instead.
The FCC issued its landmark ruling to reclassify broadband as a utility under Title II of the Communications Act, among other things. As you can imagine, quite a few companies had things to say, so we compiled their reactions with GIF equivalents.
The dress that broke the Internet is white and gold. Or maybe it's blue and black. The thing is, it's one or the other to different sets of people, and there are several very scientific reasons why. Here's what's going on.
Spotify is adding a lyrics button to its desktop app so you can sing along to your favorite tracks while testing the patience of those close by. The music streaming company also announced several other enhancements to its service on Thursday.
Over the past few weeks (or years), you’ve probably heard a lot about Net neutrality. If you want to know what it's all about, we’ve constructed a timeline to show the relevant events that led us to this point.
FCC chairman Tom Wheeler’s new Net neutrality proposal aims to reclassify broadband under Title II, end throttling, blocking, and paid prioritization. Here’s what it all means and how it will affect you.
NSA leaker Edward Snowden leaked more documents to the Intercept, which reveal that the NSA and GCHQ stole millions of SIM card encryption keys. The keys give them access to calls, texts, and data sent over users' wireless networks.
The FBI has announced a $3 million reward for information leading to the arrest of an alleged cyber criminal thought to be behind malicious software that the bureau believes defrauded people around the world of more than $100 million.
Reddit's about to ban nude images from its site – or links to such material – unless the subject has given permission for its publication. The move comes 6 months after Reddit came under fire for being one of the go-to sites during the iCloud nude photo…
Launched toward the end of last year, the Microsoft Band fitness tracker has just received its first major software update, bringing with it a slew of new features that include a new Web-based dashboard, cycling app, and virtual keyboard.
Google's continuing efforts to improve online safety for Web users include the roll out this week of a bunch of security improvements for Chrome, Search, and ads.
If you have a Blogger site showing images or video that Google considers to be sexually explicit, you'll need to remove it soon. If you don't, the Web giant says it'll switch the blog's setting to private, blocking its content from the majority of Web users.
District Judge Beth Labson Freeman tossed out an antitrust lawsuit filed against Google over the weekend, arguing Google being set as the default search engine on its Android handsets do not impede consumers' ability to openly choose.
Chances are, you likely get more emails than you know what to do with. Check out our guide on how to add and remove tabs in Gmail — as well as implement labels — so you can better organize and sort messages with ease.
Hey, Pandora users, your favorite artists are about to start posting audio messages for your listening pleasure, filling you in on the latest news regarding upcoming tours and new releases, or simply to say "hi."
Greenland's just been given the Street View treatment. New panoramic imagery posted Wednesday shows off some of the island's natural scenery and ancient sites, offering armchair travelers easy access to the remote region.
Some Comcast customers found themselves on the side of insults and crude remarks as fake customer service representatives called them shortly after their complaints were sent to the @comcastcares Twitter feed.
Amazon has expanded its one-hour Prime Now delivery service from a single Manhattan zip code to the entire borough. The speedy service launched last year, further blurring the line between web-based and brick-and-mortar retailers.
Apple have made their iWorks suite available as part of their iCloud service, meaning that even Windows users can access web-based versions of Pages, Numbers and Keynote.
Amazon's hope of one day using drones to deliver goods to customers in the U.S. received a setback Sunday when the Federal Aviation Administration released proposals for the commercial operation of the unmanned aircraft systems.
A highly sophisticated malware attack targeting multiple banks in as many as 30 countries has reportedly netted a gang of cybercriminals as much as $1 billion since 2013.
If you're really trying to get the most out of your budget-friendly laptop, we've compiled a list of the best Web-based apps designed to extend your Chromebook's functionality and keep you working as long as your battery does.