Gogo, an in-flight internet is a company that provides Wi-Fi service to airlines, is enhancing its services to soon allow people to text and even talk on their smartphones in the air.
The Family Online Safety Institute Conference wrapped up on Thursday in Washington, D.C. with one of the more unique panels focusing on teen identity theft, fraud and security.
I just arrived in Washington D.C. after my first flight since the FAA changed their rules that allow passengers to keep using their electronic devices during takeoff and landing.
Apple officially began selling its new iPad Air to customers on Friday. I was at the Apple Store in Palo Alto and while the store was somewhat crowded, there were no lines out front.
There are apps for everything these days and for Halloween, there is one that’s perfect for parents worried about the whereabouts of their kids.
Just ahead of their initial public offering, San Francisco-based Twitter is getting more visual. In a feature rolled out on Tuesday, the social network has a new look which embeds photos in user’s feeds.
A new study by Piper Jaffray shows the fickle habits among U.S. teens and social networking sites. When asked which social network was most important to them, 23 percent of teenagers picked Facebook, down from 42 percent last year.
Microsoft Windows 8.1 is now available. The latest version is the first major update to Windows 8, which was released last year.
Facebook is changing its settings so that those younger than 18 years old can post items that can be seen by the public.
Twitter is making a change to its site that will let users receive direct messages from people who aren’t following them back.