Kindle With Special Offers users will soon be able to buy Groupon-like local deals.
According to research firm IDC, the number of U.S. mobile Internet users will surpass wired counterparts by 2015.
It's hard to believe that Google's Chrome browser debuted just three short years ago.
ForresterResearch says an Amazon-branded slate priced below $300 would be a huge hit--selling 3- to 5-million units in the fourth quarter alone, assuming Amazon has enough supply to meet demand.
Tech changes the English language again, as new terms enter our conversations and -- officially -- the dictionary.
Sixty-five percent of adult Internet users are active on social networks, up from 61 percent a year ago. The biggest boom is among ages 50 to 64.
Google has added voice search for Google Maps to Chrome, offering users a (sometimes) faster way to get directions.
The latest survey by the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse says teens who spend time on social networks are more likely to drink, smoke, and take drugs. But social networks aren't causing this behavior.