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Popular American science fiction writer Ray Bradbury died in Southern California Tuesday night, he was 91.
Here are 15 apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone 7 to help you live a greener, more sustainable life.
If you're wondering which apps are primed for the third-generation iPad, here's a look at 10 apps to check out.
Spotify says it will announce a "new direction," but it's not clear why, or which way it will go. Here are a few educated guesses on what the 10-million-member service has up its sleeve.
From primitive storage to games and education and work, IBM products have filled -- and attempted to fill -- many roles through the years.
According to a study by the University of Alabama, one third of college students use apps behind the wheel
There’s evidence the Apple scare over malware -- software that is intended to damage or disable computers and computer systems -- may not be over.
An international nonprofit organization, based in West Virginia, has launched a community supportive technology project in their home state.
An Iowa State psychology professor claims his latest study offers conclusive evidence that violent video games increase aggressive behavior in players, but a Texas A&M psychology professor says the study gets it wrong.
These apps come packed with maps. Which one should be your destination?
Looking through Apple's App Store, it's easy to get lost in the numbers. From December 2008 to November 2009, some 90,000 apps arrived in the online store...
Official Wikipedia app brings knowledge to the app store.
Tech gadgets have become increasingly important to college students since World War II, both as productivity tools and as fashion accessories. Starting with the 1950s, we review the devices that have had the biggest impact on how students live and work.