Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the social media site is offering more privacy to its users when they log into third-party apps.
Apple has unveiled a new and improved MacBook Air at a cheaper price, but the improvement isn’t anything to get too excited about. They’ve just bumped up to speed a little bit.
AT&T’s new no-contract plan for wireless devices is proving to be a hit with 40 percent of new customers and those upgrading their services choosing the plan.
To mark this year’s Earth Day we’ve compiled a list of what tech users should be concerned about when it comes to the environment.
Eyefi’s Mobi Wi-Fi-enabled SD cards will sync with smartphones, uploading photos automatically to an Eyefi Cloud account, and making them available across all devices.
Nearby Friends allows users to see what city and neighborhood a friend is in, how many miles away they are, and how long ago they were there.
More details have emerged about Google’s Project Ara, which plans to make a new customizable smartphone that will first be targeted for the developing world.
Google’s high tech glasses are usually sold only to people invited to buy them. But the company made them available for one day only on Tuesday to anyone in the U.S. who wants to buy them.
Twitter users be warned, your page will soon be getting a new look—that is of course how you define “new” as it may appear very familiar.
This week marks the last day that Microsoft will offer support for its popular XP operating system. Our technology analyst has some advice on how you should prepare to upgrade if need be.