Facebook has set up a special email address for users to forward suspicious emails to.
Microsoft is preparing to open an additional dozen pop-up stores across the country, just in time for the holidays.
Some courts have said no, but the social networking site and the ACLU argue otherwise.
While a significant number of our readers with iOS devices are not happy with Apple’s decision to give YouTube the boot, some see a silver lining.
Microsoft has apparently done away with shortcuts to the traditional Windows desktop, leaving users with no choice but to use the formerly-known-as-Metro interface.
The Samsung Galaxy S Lightray 4G debuted on the budget carrier on Friday, the latest phone to offer mobile television programming. But is it bound to fail like every other mobile TV device before it?
The point of the new feature is to showcase how Facebookers use the site in compelling ways. Entries are welcome.
Microsoft hopes that new features built into the web-based Outlook client will draw web users away from competing services like Gmail and Yahoo.
OnLive has announced its streaming game service will be available on the anticipated Ouya console.
Does Facebook's new passive sharing feature invade your privacy?
A black hat hacker has discovered an easy, cheap method for opening hotel room door locks manufactured by Onity.
For as little as $179, consumers are able to monitor and control their homes via a smart phone, tablet, or Internet connected computer.
All are invited to the series of live chats with U.S. athletes competing in the Olympic Games in London this month.
New York pay phone kiosks have been on the decline since Superman found he couldn't use them to change identities. Now there's a great 21st century use for them.
Verizon has delayed its in-store launch of the Galaxy S III two days.