T-Mobile is teaming up with Safeway to launch a new checking service called Mobile Money.
Facebook is changing the way it decides what appears in your news feed. What some people may not realize is that they might not see every post their friends make in their News Feed.
Google’s new Chrome 32 browser is out and includes a simple way for parents to monitor and control what their kids do online.
The Sacramento Kings have announced that they will become the first major professional sports franchise to accept Bitcoin, the popular online currency.
Apple has agreed to refund $32.5 million to customers to settle a case with the federal government over mobile apps, but CEO Tim Cook says the FTC is punishing them for something they already fixed.
AT&T is introducing a new program called “sponsored data” that the telecommunications giant said will help customers stay within their data limit. The idea is that AT&T would contract with companies and pick up the data cost of accessing their service.
Larry Magid’s discusses the Supreme Court’s decision Friday to hear a lawsuit against Aero, a company that uses antennas to make broadcast television available over the Internet in several U.S. cities.
One of the hot trends at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is ultra high-definition TV’s. But, the new technology is raising questions about whether internet service providers will have the bandwidth to keep up.
Our technology analyst is at CES in Las Vegas where Yahoo!’s Marissa Meyer delivered a keynote speech where she unveiled some plans to beef up her company’s editorial content.
The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas officially opens Tuesday, but our tech analyst’s sneak peak has shown him that innovations in televisions and wearable fitness tech will be two of the top trends.