As more and more technology makes its way into classrooms, schools and educators are having to determine what is appropriate for students to use.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, who took over the helm of the world’s largest software company from founder Bill Gates 13 years ago, will retire within the next 12 months.
Just a day after Yahoo passed Google in terms of U.S. Web visitors, the company’s CEO Marissa Mayer is reportedly courting Katie Couric for a Web interview show on its homepage.
President Obama is restructuring national intelligence policies including restrictions in spying on Americans, but some companies have taken matters into their own hands.
The phone is expected to go on sale in late August or early September.
They have introduced a report abuse button to halt abusive Tweets.
The device would connect to a television and allow users to use it as another computer screen.
A new survey found that Americans use their smartphones in some very strange places and at very strange times.
T-Mobile has created a new program that allows its customers to upgrade to a new smartphone every six months. According to Mashable, the program is called JUMP or “Just Upgrade My Phone.”
Doug Engelbart, the inventor of the computer mouse and developer of early incarnations of email, word processing programs and the Internet, has died at the age of 88.