The dating site OKCupid this week became the latest company to admit that it has manipulated customer data to see how users of its dating service would react to one another.
A Greenwich mother has created a series of workbooks to help children develop social skills, believing they are becoming too wrapped up in technology and missing out on face-to-face interaction.
A growing number of banks are now offering a variety of the “credit lock” apps in an effort to combat the stealing and hacking of card numbers.
If you need a bottle opened, or a tool to fix your bike, many people are turning to an unlikely source — their smartphone case. They are not just for cellphone protection anymore.
Swim season is in full swing, but taking your eyes off of your children for even a second can lead to tragedy.
For a lot of people, shopping means having to make too many decisions. But not anymore.
“The experiment manipulated the extent to which [689,003 people] were exposed to emotional expressions in their News Feed,” the authors wrote.
The event gives industry insiders a chance to check out the latest and greatest gadgets and electronics.
New GPS technology can help you keep track of your luggage, even if it gets lost at the airport.
Divorce attorney Aaron Weems said couples are determining how they would deal with electronic media — files, photos, videos — accumulated during their marriage.
A new study is trying to find out if rampant cellphone use is damaging the developing brains of children.
With so much talk of data breaching, hacking, and identity theft many people are concerned about their personal information.
Some apps can be lifesavers, but others can be time wasters that leave you disconnected from the world.
A lot of people take selfies for fun, but now some smartphone owners are using them to earn money.
Thieves have now figured out a way to freeze your smartphone, demanding that you pay up to get it unlocked.