The case highlighted the intersection of technology and issues of religious and personal freedom as well as the right to privacy.
Several websites and apps offer useful—or at least interesting—information regarding the season’s influenza outbreak, including the volume of cases near you, symptoms, and availability of flu shots.
Apparently Facebook is playing around with a feature it introduced last month when it began allowing people to send emails to persons they’re not friends with for a fee.
Three JBL speakers and two AV receivers will be touted by the company in Las Vegas.
The average sale price of touchscreen notebooks was about $700 and accounted for only 4.5 percent of Windows 8 sales -- a disappointment for Microsoft and its partners, considering the operating system is optimized for touch.
A new estimate indicates the number of Android apps could surpass iOS applications and hit the 1 million mark in June.
When it comes to teaching children the best way to use their handsets and other gadgets, clear and frequent communication is the best way to go.
Unlike other TV game consoles, the Ouya is a cube the size of your fist.
Sign up and you get unlimited uploads up to 50MB per photo and unlimited viewing of your photo library, among other goodies.
GoogleMobile's ad -- a cheesy production that has garnered more than 125,000 views -- stars the little green Android guy who seems to feel left out of a holiday party.
While previous releases of Windows operating systems have spurred a surge in PC shipments, that hasn't been the case with Windows 8.
A news report says voluntary changes by the Internet search leader may include the scaling down of using restaurant and travel reviews from other sites and allowing search advertising campaigns to be easily used on other search engines.
An alliance between Amazon and GameStop comes as big-box chains question the slim margins on Amazon’s hardware and the way the online retailer cannibalizes brick-and-mortar store sales.