The latest Apple TV rumor gives us mere mortals a purview into just how that mysterious Apple rumor economy, with its "unnamed sources" and "people familiar with the matter," operates.
As Twitter grows, so do the complaints about kinds of accounts.
After a lot of complaining about Twitter's new conversation mode, it has started to disappear, either by accident or by Twitter's design.
Branded products don't have to come off as incredibly dorky and non-sensical as Android's new operating system KitKat, named for the Nestlé-owned chocolate bar, just ask Apple.
As rumored, Apple will hold an event next week, Tuesday September 10, where the company will likely announce an iPhone or two, according to this invitation sent out to the press today via The Loop's Jim Dalrymple.
Amazon is now offering a discount to customers who want to buy both the digital and paper versions of the same book, with its new Kindle MatchBook program — which it turns out, is only a good deal for certain types of books.
With Microsoft's $7 billion acquisition of Nokia, it also got a front-runner for its open CEO position: Stephen Elop, the former CEO of the Finnish phone company who just stepped down from that post to act as the Executive Vice President of Devices and Services.
Today, Apple is launching its long-awaited iPhone trade-in program, meaning you could get up to $280 in credit toward a new iPhone. (If you read this post on how to play your cards right, that is.)
Can you tell the difference between a quote from one of history's most infamous revenge-seeking megalomaniacs and Adolf Hitler? Plenty of people couldn't.
After major companies like Google and Facebook urged the government to allow them to release more specific transparency reports on NSA spying requests, the U.S government will instead deliver its own transparency report, and it will provide only some of the information tech companies want to disclose.
In the quest to make Google Glass look less like a robot accessory, and more fashionable, the lead industrial designer for Google Glass has created the most best-looking version of the glasses yet.
Giphy, the creators of the GIF search engine, have created a work-around that promises to bring the animated file format to the social network but fails to deliver.
Twitter has made a change to its website and mobile apps that has a lot of dedicated Twitter users very upset, but it's here, it's not going away, and it's time to get a grip.
College Humor's "Every Tech Commercial" clip out today is funny because commercials for gadgets really are all incredibly similar, per a review from The Atlantic Wire.
Online shopping in general isn't killing the great American mall, Amazon.com is — singlehandedly so.
The Syrian Electronic Army's hacking of The New York Times website wasn't your standard spear-phishing scheme or brute force attack to steal passwords, meaning that best practices like creating strong passwords and avoiding links in fishy emails won't do much to protect against similar attacks in the future.
Hackers from the Syrian Electronic Army downed the website of The New York Times for much of Tuesday. Twitter was also targeted in the attack.
After a sad summer of mysterious dolphin deaths scientists think they have finally figured out the cause for the deaths of hundreds of the beloved mammal: Measles.
Red Burns, the "godmother of Silicon Alley," passed away last Friday, leaving not only the legacy of NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program, which she founded in 1979 and has graduated over 30,000 students, but the wisdom of having worked at a technology incubator before most Silicon Alley executives could talk.
People who have their nude pictures posted on the Internet without consent — a vile practice known as revenge porn — have little legal recourse.