Apple released its newly redesigned TV app on Monday and it will be available in over 100 countries.
When Nick Schwab isn't at his day job, working as a software engineer at Ford, he's building voice apps for Amazon's Alexa voice assistant. It's a part-time gig that's proved quite lucrative.
Apple rolled out new features designed to track and limit screen time. Then, it started policing the competition, according to a New York Times report published Saturday.
For more than a century, bells have been used in the Capitol to alert lawmakers when it's time to vote. It's a system that still operates in present day with loud buzzing sounds indicating not only the time, but the type of activity in the House chamber.
Growing up in Hong Kong, Jane Manchun Wong remembers her father taking away her internet access after she circumvented his parental controls on Internet Explorer.
Agustina Sartori might as well be a chameleon. Her lips keep changing color, from matte red to glossy cherry to shimmering peach.
Screen time has more than doubled for children under 2 years old since 1997, a study published Monday in the journal JAMA Pediatrics found, with time spent in front of a TV as the main driver despite a changing screen landscape.
Born and raised in Texas, 31-year-old Paul Hedrick has faithfully worn cowboy boots since his college years.
Apple's forthcoming subscription news service may not be a cash cow for participating media organizations.
Will.i.am wears a lot of hats: Grammy Award-winning musician; co-founder of the Black Eyed Peas; a judge on TV's "The Voice;" headphones entrepreneur.
In the era of #MeToo a dating app has teamed up with a high-profile sports team to "shake up" a predominantly male-driven industry.
7-Eleven is trying to speed up checkouts to keep pace with rivals.
Google is defending its policy to allow third-party apps to access and share data from Gmail accounts, according to a letter made public Thursday.
A smartphone can be a lifeline in a hurricane, but preparation is key. You don't want to be frantically downloading the Red Cross first aid app with 5% battery and spotty cell connections after the power is out.
Facebook and Tinder started on college campuses, and so it makes sense that their latest features mark a return to those humble origins.
There are a lot of options when it comes to posting photos of your pets on social media, but how about one that's just for pets?
Two police officers in an Atlanta suburb are on administrative leave after their chief watched body camera video that appears to show them joking about using a coin flip app to determine whether a driver would be arrested for reckless driving.
A Russian internet company with links to the Kremlin was among the firms to which Facebook gave an extension which allowed them to collect data on unknowing users of the social network after a policy change supposedly stopped such collection.
Facebook is shutting down three apps, including a teen app called tbh, which it bought about eight months ago.
Forget your sunscreen on the way to the beach? Your Uber ride could save you a trip to the drugstore.
With more and more users whose desires are shifting, the stigma of finding a mate online is lessening. But is all this easy dating making us happier? Probably not.
Facebook has suspended 200 apps for possible misuse of user data in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Bumble is seeking $400 million in damages from Match Group, Tinder's parent company.
Piled high with clothes and junk, a bedroom in this small stucco home looks like it belongs to a hoarder.