Tech in schools has evolved from being banned to being embraced, and this gradual shift has allowed for the success of apps like Seesaw, a platform that "empowers students of any age to independently document what they are learning."
In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on, in fact, that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech…
What's to be done if the appetizer and entree taste like they've been prepared on two different planets? Baidu has an answer -- later this year, Baidu's Nuomi app that lets people review not only restaurants, but individual dishes as well.
the Seoul Metropolitan Government has unveiled traffic and pedestrian signs whose purpose is to alert walkers to the dangers of using smartphones while traversing the busy streets of a metropolitan city.
The OnePlus 3 is surely capable, but how does it stack up against the OnePlus X? Check out our spec comparison for a closer look at the the two phones, whether you want to know more about their design, software, or camera capabilities.
Net neutrality advocates sent 100,000 letters to the FCC, asking the government agency to take action against zero-rated data services like T-Mobile's Binge On, Verizon's FreeBee, and AT&T's sponsored data program.
Elsa Speak is an app that employs machine learning to help you adopt a bland, Midwestern accent. So if you want to flatten your a's and round out your o's, look no further than your smartphone. Soon, people won't know who you are.
Straight Path Group filed a lawsuit against Apple, alleging its patents were infringed by the Cupertino company's FaceTime. Straight Path Group does seek damages, though it did not specify how much it wants.
Expanding your dating pool is the entire premise behind Tinder, so if you're meeting an average Joe that you might not have found in your own social circles, it's conceivable that you could meet a celebrity on the dating app too, right?