Twitter is booming as a social media destination for teenagers who
complain about too many adults and too much drama on Facebook, according to a
new study published Tuesday about online behavior. It said teens are sharing
more personal information about themselves even as they try to protect their
Google Glass won't get to gadget lovers for several months yet, but there's already a gold-rush mood about the potential of
the new wearable technology device made by the search giant.
Social media mainstay Facebook was going to be bigger than Amazon,
bigger than McDonald's, bigger than Coca-Cola. Then came the IPO. Good thing it has lots of friends.
A high-tech startup is introducing a wireless
controller that would allow gun owners to disable their weapons remotely.
The new Xbox One will let users watch live TV, rent a movie, listen to music and play games,
and viewers can use their voice and gestures to control the device too.
A young California woman has won a $50,000 science award for inventing a
"supercapacitor" that could allow a smartphone to be charged in 20 seconds.
certainly would burden the microblogging platform Tumblr with a layer of bureaucracy that will drive away
many of its 100 million bloggers.
The average peak connection speed in the U.S. is 29.6 megabytes per second. Cities where Google Fiber has rolled out have absurdly faster internet connections.
Google says it's still figuring out the best ways to use Glass, but the company announced today that Facebook, Twitter and several other media firms have built their own applications for the futuristic-looking wearable computer.
The Pentagon says Apple's iPhone and iPad have been approved for use on military networks after many years of only BlackBerry devices having such approval.
Eight members of Congress say they're concerned Google's wearable computer, Google Glass, could violate the privacy "of the average American."
Last year, Facebook was blamed for ruining the tech IPO market. Now stock watchers suggest Facebook's newfound good fortune reflects a
rejuvenated tech market.
Eddy Cue, senior vice president of Internet software and services, announced the milestone Thursday, saying that an Ohio man who downloaded the 50 billionth app
had won a $10,000 gift card for the App Store.
Google continued its magical 2013 on Wall Street with its stock catapulting past the $900 level as the search giant
kicked off its annual developers conference.
Google on Wednesday unveiled
Conversational Search, which lets users ask their computers a question
by prefacing it with, "OK, Google."