Scarlett Johansson, Justin Bieber, Charlie Sheen, Lady Gaga, and Alec Baldwin all make tech news, voluntarily or not.
Most people make friends with others online who have common interests, but it's rare for people's interests to rub off on others, according to new research out of Harvard University.
The Android blogosphere is abuzz that Google might have a Siri killer called Majel out by year-end.
As more people rely on information in social networks to make financial, medical and other decisions, determining the source's trustworthiness becomes vital.
Apple invited customers and friends to submit their memories of the late co-founder and CEO, and the response is sizeable and poignant.
Research reveals that mobile phones are frequently filthy with bacteria and even fecal matter.
Researchers for the Wi-Fi Alliance find most people take basic privacy and security steps -- but lack strong passwords and smart security settings.
Apple, riding continued high demand for its Mac computers and iPad tablets, has topped rivals in two new surveys of customer satisfaction.
Stop slouching and check this out: Researchers have developed a way for desktop webcams to keep an eye on office workers' posture while they are using computers.
Research in Motion, which has been losing ground to Apple, Google and even Microsoft in the mobile market, announced Monday it is cutting 2,000 jobs.
Research in Motion says its 2-year-old BlackBerry App World has crossed the 1 billion app download mark.
Noah Everett really has nothing to hide: He posted overnight to Twitter, including a photo via the TwitPic service he created, almost immediately upon being picked up by the cops in Charleston, S.C., for strolling down his street in the buff.
An MIT computer science grad student and a Google researcher have joined forces to build software that makes it a lot easier to move open tasks and apps between smartphones and PCs.