Google Launches Audiobooks Without Monthly Subscription FeeThe tech giant announced it's now selling audiobooks on the Google Play Store.
Facebook Tests Ranking System For Credible News SourcesFacebook's overhaul of its newsfeed continues as the social network lets users rank credibility and trustworthiness of news sources.
Southern California Looks To A Cloud From Chester County For Disaster ReliefA Chester County company is pitching in to help in the aftermath of the deadly mudslides and wildfires in Southern California. Relief is arriving by way of the cloud.
iPhone Update Will Allow Users To Stop Battery Slowdown, Tim Cook SaysApple's CEO says a future iOS update will give older iPhone users the option to disable Apple's ramping down of performance, which Apple claimed was done to improve power management
Yahoo To Stream The NFC Championship GameIf you've ditched cable and haven't gone the antenna route to pull in free local TV -- you can still watch the Eagles take on the Vikings this weekend.
Pennsylvania Sues FCC Over Repeal Of Net NeutralityThe attorneys general argue the FCC's rollback "violates federal law."
Authorities Use Rape Suspect's DNA To Create Composite IllustrationThe Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office released an illustration of a suspect accused of raping a 19-year-old woman at gunpoint in Norristown Farm Park last August.
Google App Matches Your Face To A Famous PaintingA new feature in the Google Arts & Culture app reveals how your selfie may resemble a historical painting.
Cleaning Up At CES In Las VegasMaking cleaning less of a chore: that's the goal of some devices unveiled this week at CES in Las Vegas.
Democrats Push To Overturn FCC Repeal Of Net NeutralityDemocrats say they have enough support to force a vote that would overrule the Republican-led FCC.
Investors To Apple: Fight iPhone Addiction Among KidsTwo heavyweight investors say Apple should do more to combat iPhone addiction among young people.
Las Vegas Prepares For 2018's International Consumer Electronics ShowBloomberg's Mark Bergen notes Google will have a booth at CES for the first time in years.