The social network is adapting to the popularity of image sharing and mobile devices.
In some countries, “the Internet” is confined to certain sites as part of a strategy to help wireless carriers offer starter packages.
Everpix organizes photos after analyzing them with software that can detect things such as animals, outdoor scenes, and people.
A $70 device will tell you how efficiently you’re driving, and can even call 911 for help in the event of an accident.
A startup called Rabbit believes consumers will jump for always-on video chatting that lets you watch movies with an infinite number of friends.
With Microchip’s BodyCom technology, the human body is the medium for short-range authentication.
The world's largest search engine is now experimenting with jewelry that would eliminate the need to remember dozens of passwords.
The hype around Google’s new wearable computers might not translate into a big market for apps for a while.
Researchers report signs that moneymaking malware common on PCs is being adapted to mobile phones and tablets.
An exposé of its methods and technology may not have deterred a group targeting U.S. corporate secrets.