What Will the Internet be Like in 2025?

Experts predict the World Wide Web will become seamlessly integrated into every aspect of our lives — but with a dark side to consider. In...

Apple’s iOS 7.1 Allows Users to Control Device by Moving Their Heads

Buried in the Accessibility menu of iOS 7.1 Settings is a new feature that allows disabled users to activate certain features like Siri by...

SXSW 2014: Follow Along with What’s Going On

Top Stories from SXSW WATCH Live Coverage from USA TODAY Samsung brings classic radio touch to new music service HootSuite takes on social advertising, Nielsen opens API Mark...

Google Releasing Tools for Developers to Make Wearable Tech

Google Inc. (GOOG:US) is releasing tools for software developers to make applications for wearable-computing devices, trying to repeat the success it’s had with the...

Facebook Updates Design of News Feed for Greater Efficiency

Facebook revealed its new design for its News Feed to match the design of mobile devices. Facebook's goal is to make it easier for people...

Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 Update is Leaked

Microsoft had its Windows 8.1 update leaked from the company’s servers itself. The very anticipated version of Windows 8.1 was to be launched by...

Man says he Has Nothing to do With Bitcoin After ‘Newsweek’ Cover Story Identifies...

A 64-year-old Japanese-American man is vehemently denying any connection to bitcoin, despite a Newsweek cover story identifying him as the brains behind the bits. ‎Dorian S. Nakamoto,...

Study: Facebook Era May Be Making People Have a Hard Time Interacting with Others...

One of the many benefits of Facebook is that it can connect people from all over the world - but instead of making us...

Report: Google Considered Buying WhatsApp, Suggests Facebook Paid Too Much for It

According to a Wall Street Journal report that references sources familiar with Google (GOOG), before Facebook  (FB) paid $19 billion last month for text-messaging service WhatsApp, Google...

Autumn Ratke, CEO of Bitcoin Firm Found Dead in Suspected Suicide

It appears bitcoin’s recent turmoil has claimed its first life. Autumn Ratke a 28-year-old American CEO of bitcoin exchange firm First Meta was found dead in her...

Kickstarter Passes $1 Billion Mark in Pledges

Kickstarter announced on Monday it had surpassed the $1 billion mark in pledges, with more than $500 million pledged in the past year alone. Over...

Twitter Accidentally Sends Password Reset E-mails to Users

Don't panic! Your Twitter account hasn't been hacked, the password has just been accidentally reset. Overnight, Twitter "unintentionally sent some password reset notices... due to a...

Facebook Looking to Buy 11,000 Drones to Provide Internet Access Across Africa

Social network in negotiations to buy a drone manufacturer with the aim of using its high-altitude autonomous aircraft to beam internet connections to isolated...

Microsoft Giving Away Free Tool to Help XP Users Upgrade

Reacting to criticism from customers that upgrading from Windows XP was "impossible," Microsoft today announced it would give away a limited migration tool to...

Kickstarter Reaches $1 Billion in Crowdfunding Pledges; Games Are Most Popular Category

Kickstarter today recorded its one billionth dollar pledged, nearly four years after the crowdfunding site went live in April 2009. The company launched a...

Google’s Barge in San Francisco Bay is Moving to New Location in Stockton, CA

The guessing game about Google Barge's future destination after leaving its current construction site on Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay is over. CNET has...

Now, You Can Talk to Your Google Chrome Browser

Like Glass, Chrome now has "ears." Say, "OK Google," and the browser will act on your spoken search.   For years, Google has thought of its...

Tim Cook Teases Apple Shareholders at Meeting, but says, “Our Mission is Not to...

At an annual shareholders meeting Friday that was almost completely devoid of drama, Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook still managed to stun the audience...

Pew Research: 87% of U.S. Adults Now Use the Internet, Majority of Them Through...

Almost 90 percent of American adults surveyed use the Internet, and almost all say that the Internet has been a good thing for them...

New iOS Flaw Gives Malicious Apps the Ability to Record Touchscreen Presses

Security researchers identified a vulnerability in iOS that allows apps to record all touch screen and button presses while running in the background on...