On some laptop models, hackers can see you through your own webcam.
Spot space-hungry iPhone apps; stash photos in the cloud.
Families of the missing Malaysian Airlines passengers were stunned to find that their loved ones' phones were still ringing, despite being missing for days. But what seems like a glimmer of hope may actually be standard practice by phone carriers.
Apple's iOS 8 is widely expected to launch later this year.
Apple today launched iOS 7.1, the first major update to the iOS 7 mobile operating system.
Mt. Gox follows a bad February with a worse March: The controversial Bitcoin exchange filed for bankruptcy in the US (after already filing in Japan), and hackers accessed founder Mark Karpeles' Reddit account and released alleged Mt. Gox balance sheets.
The Sony PlayStation 4 is reportedly outselling the Xbox One. Microsoft is hoping Titanfall can change that.
Google is prepping an Android software development kit for wearable gadgets such as smart watches.
As new apps shape our evolving language, BuzzFeed's style guide tries to make sense of the grammatical madness.
Google celebrates International Women's Day 2014, which traces its roots to early-20th-century socialism.
The Galaxy Tab Pro is big. It's powerful. But how does it hold up against the Apple iPad?
Google celebrated International Women's Day 2014 with a vibrant Google Doodle featuring women from all over the world and a peppy soundtrack by Zap Mama. Women in the technology industry have reason to celebrate as well: the past year has produced some major accomplishments by women in tech.
Google's mystery barge is docking in Stockton, according to news reports.
The long-delayed Watch Dogs appears to be finally ready for its debut.
Image-hosting giant Getty Images announced it won't fight a legal battle with the millions of bloggers who use its images without attribution everyday. Instead, it is offering images for free in hopes that embedded advertisements and linked-back attribution will provide revenue in the future.
The battle of the dongles is here: Roku, maker of popular set-top box streaming devices, announced it is releasing a HDMI stick with its signature TV-streaming technology.
Flipboard is acquiring Zite from CNN in a deal that could be worth as much as $60 million.
Facebook and Instagram have introduced a new policy on gun posts and sales.
New phone apps such as Whisper and Secret revitalize the idea that "On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog."