Google is taking more heat from consumer groups over its new YouTube Kids’ app who claim the content intended for toddlers is full of disturbing videos meant for mature audiences.
If you need a new Internet protocol address for your organization, you may want to hop on it. The group responsible for handing out those addresses says they are running out according to the Wall Street Journal.
A new app that pulls information off the internet to improve the average email has even the creator calling the new technology “creepy.”
KPIX 5 ConsumerWatch reporter Julie Watts discovered that Xfinity public WiFi may automatically connect you to its public network without your knowledge, even at home.
Should the unthinkable happen on a San Francisco beach – a sunny, warm day – you may soon have a place to hide from that unfamiliar heat-emitting orb in the sky.
A Southern California man has made international headlines for a shockingly high bill he received from a phone company.
Google is making some major changes to how their search algorithm ranks websites when you search from your mobile device. Some tech analysts are calling it “Mobilegeddon”, but Larry Magid says there’s ways to make your site compliant.
Study Finds California Community College Students Performing Better In Classrooms Than Online Courses
A newly-released study of more than 200,000 California community college students raises questions about the effectiveness of taking college courses online.
The European Union’s competition chief is filing an antitrust complaint alleging Google has been abusing its dominance in Internet searches and is opening a probe into its Android mobile system.
Netflix boosted CEO Reed Hastings’ pay by 43 percent to $11.1 million last year as the Internet video service raised its prices and still added the most subscribers in its history.