Remember the erasable pen? It's easy to see how it's different from a regular pen, but why not just use a pencil instead?
The social networking giant announced three big changes today that are centered around giving users more control
Whenever I upgrade to a new phone, I usually end up sticking the old one in a drawer somewhere. I know I'm not supposed to just throw them out, but how can I get rid of them?
The One Laptop per Child founder argues for using technology to lift individuals out of poverty, with or without government help
Grouspawn, a new dating site for serial coupon users, has been called a publicity stunt, but it could be so much more than that
Jimi Heselden, owner of Segway, fell to his death while riding one of the self-balancing vehicles. But he wasn't the first to be done in by an invention he loved.
Alright, I've switched teams and now use Firefox as my primary browser. What do I need to know so that I can use it more efficiently?
MacArthur Foundation grant recipients have gone on to do groundbreaking work in the past. Some new names to watch.
With every site and service turning toward user customization it seems I have dozens of different passwords to remember. Uppercase. Lowercase. Numbers. I can't keep track of them all. What can I do?
Amazon keeps a running list -- updated daily -- of its 10,000 most active reviewers. Some of them have reviewed thousands of products over the past decade. Why?
Mark Zuckerberg's announcement that he was giving stock to the Newark Public Schools reignited an old debate: How much is Facebook actually worth?
Great, beautiful cups designed to protect great, beautiful mustaches
Lethal injection has been used as a means for carrying out capital punishment for decades, but how does it actually work?
After testing nearly 3,000 apps, a risk management company found that more than half of them failed basic standards