The new Periscope app lets anyone be a live broadcaster to the world using a Twitter feed to stream live video.
With April Fool’s Day around the corner, Google Maps provided a new diversion for Internet browsers – treating them to a game of Pac-Man using the image of their very own neighborhoods.
FBI agents are investigating a cyberattack that crippled Internet service at Rutgers University in New Jersey.
You’ve probably heard about the various websites that will give you cash for your old electronics, including cellphones– but sellers beware.
Prosecutors say Ceglia doctored a contract he signed with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in 2003 to make it seem he was part owner of the Menlo Park, California, company.
It’s happened again. Another big health insurance provider said someone hacked their customer’s information.
A local teenager is in the fight of his life against cancer, but thanks to a robot he’s keeping up in school.
Actress Ashley Judd this week became the latest celebrity to fight back against cyberbullies who have threatened her with what has been summed up in hashtag form as #OnlineGenderViolence.”
Forty-three teams from 10 countries entered the App Quest 3.0 competition. Eight were awarded prize money ranging from $5,000 to $10,000.
The Luxury Technology Show is behing held at the Metropolitan Pavilion on 18th Street in Chelsea.
A new Facebook feature has users hitting the “like” button. Because of online bullying and teen suicide, the social network is now using sharing to save lives.
Imagine the relationship of your dreams with a partner who is simply perfect, attentive and considerate, like they were made just for you.
Facebook has launched a measure to make it easier to plan for your online afterlife.
Medina, who describes herself as a citizen journalist, began broadcasting the images live to the Web from her phone for four minutes, until a police officer came over.
Daters need to worry about more than just finding a normal person. Hackers could be getting a hold of their personal information.