Verizon Announces Cell Phone Plan For ChildrenThe plan allows unlimited talk and text for 20 contacts pre-approved by mom and dad.
Apple Expected To Announce Long-Awaited Video Streaming Service TodayThe streaming launch would place Apple in a crowded field of video providers.
Myspace Loses All Music Uploaded Before 2015Over 50 million music files, photos and videos were deleted.
Dr. Google: Internet Searches Can Be Used To Predict When You're About To Go To Emergency Room, Penn Medicine Study SaysA new study done in Philadelphia shows those searches can actually be used to predict when you're about to go to the emergency room.
Disturbing 'Momo Challenge' Targets Young Kids' Videos And Apps, Telling Them To Hurt Themselves -- Or ElseIt's called the "Momo Challenge" and it encourages children to commit suicide. 
This Insane Foldable, 5G Phone Could Be Yours For Just $2,600The cheapest version will sell for $2,600.
Those Annoying Robocalls Can Be Illegal And Now Some Consumers Are Fighting BackCompanies could be forced to pay you $500 to $1,500 per call if a lawsuit is won.
Cryptocurrency Company May Lose $145 Million After The Only Man Who Knew The Password DiesGerald Cotten, the 30-year old CEO and co-founder of Quadriga, died of complications arising from Crohn's Disease while traveling in India.
230 New Emojis Coming To Smartphones Later This YearThey include people with disabilities, more gender inclusive couples, and many other things like a yawning emoji, garlic and an otter. 
Apple To Roll Out Fix For FaceTime Security Flaw Next WeekIn the meantime, experts urge all iPhone users to disable FaceTime on their phones. 
Pentagon Warning About Rise Of Elaborate And Hard To Detect 'Deepfake' VideosIn this digital era, nothing can be taken at face value. Because that face could be what's fooling you.  
Study Reveals Positive And Negative Effects Of Quitting FacebookThis week, the most comprehensive study to date on the effects of disconnecting from Facebook was released by researchers at Stanford and NYU. 
Facebook Reportedly Paying Teenagers For Information On Their Phone ActivitySome Facebook users have been giving the social network access to their phone activity in exchange for money as part of a research project since 2016.
Netflix Now Lets Users Share What They're Watching On Their Instagram StorySharing Netflix recommendations with friends just got a whole lot easier.
High-Tech Kiosks Popping Up Around Philadelphia Are Much More Than Just Phone-Charging StationsThe digital kiosk known as LinkPHL displays ads, but users can make calls, charge their phones and access WiFi for free.