Ello has only been available online for little over a month, but it’s popularity is growing. It claims to be the alternative to the world’s largest social network.
Dan Ackerman, Senior Editor of C-NET, says people should never treat their pictures and online activity as 100% private.
KYW Newsradio social media editor Melony Roy reports daily on what’s trending around the region and the world.
The key to the Fire Phone is its linked Amazon Prime subscription service.
According to Dr. John Bradshaw, who’s studied felines for over 30 years and wrote the tome Cat Sense, cats tend to think of humans as big, lazy, overgrown fellow cats.
LG is one of many companies getting in on the game with a wristband that monitors fitness, controls music playback, and tells you when a phone call or a text message comes in.
What’s a person to do, now that any of Facebook’s one billion users can search for you by name?
3-On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan tells us about the next generation in high-tech disaster help.
T-Mobile may be the smallest major wireless provider but it’s just made a big move to shake up how most of us pay for phones and cell service.
It’s already being called the “Instagram for video,” letting users share six second video clips.
Do you have thoughts about the new Facebook search engine or anything else you’d like to share with its CEO? For a cool $100 you can message Mark Zuckerberg.
A report that the Senate Judiciary Committee was considering allowing federal agencies warrantless access to Americans’ email could not withstand the wave of criticism it met online.
Bookstore chain Barnes & Noble has taken the wraps off two new models of their “Nook” e-reader, featuring sharper screens and a lower price than competing devices.
Many iPhone and iPad users now can download an operating system upgrade from Apple that makes big changes to some key features.
It’s the day that iPhone users have been waiting for.