Instagram Will Soon Let You Mute Annoying AccountsThe mute button, which will roll out to as a test to Instagram users in the coming weeks.
RED Hydrogen One: Verizon, AT&T To Release First Holographic SmartphoneThe next phase of smartphones is coming soon as AT&T and Verizon have announced their plans to sell the first-ever holographic smartphone.
Mother Forming Group To Encourage Parents To Keep Smartphones Away From Kids Until 8th GradeDo you think your kids might be spending a little too much time in front of a phone, tablet or computer?
Google's Virtual Assistant Mimics Human Voice To Book AppointmentsImagine not having to spend time making appointments, well Google is unveiling technology that can save you the hassle.
Flying Cars Could Become Reality: Uber Partners With NASA To Launch 'Uber Air'If you've dreamed of flying a car, your dream could become a reality by 2020.
You May Be Owed $1,200 From Dish Network Telemarketing Call SettlementThe jury awarded $400 for each of the 51,000 calls made in violation of the Do Not Call Registry. Not only that, a judge later determined Dish “willfully and knowingly violated” the law and tripled the damages to $1,200 per call.
Twitter Urging Users To Change Password After Internal Password Bug Discovered Twitter is urging all of its users to change their password after a “bug” was found in an internal log that stores passwords.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook Launching Dating ServiceFacebook will roll out a series of features to facilitate dating, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced Tuesday.
Philadelphia Science Fest Returns To Inspire And Excite MindsMost of the events during the festival will be free, but there will be events that require tickets.
Apple Co-Founder Wozniak: Zuckerberg 'Doesn't Respect' Privacy For Others And 'That Won't Change'Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak claims that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t respect people’s privacy.
Zuckerberg On Hot Seat: 'We Didn't Do Enough To Prevent These Tools From Being Used For Harm'Mark Zuckerberg's moment in the hot seat on Capitol Hill has arrived.
Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak In Philadelphia For Health Care Company's ConferenceWozniak said on Monday he would prefer to pay for Facebook than have his personal information exploited for advertising.