By take a deep look at people's Facebook habits, Wolfram Alpha makes it clear that most Facebook users lead extremely conventional lives.
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Hackers he already rooted Google Glass -- and Google says it's all part of the plan.
The ad world has finally figured out how awful the tracking cookie is -- and that's good news for Internet users.
Sanctions in Iran are making it tough for tech companies -- including Samsung -- to do business there.
Google Play-downloaded apps that try to update themselves without the app store are officially on Google's naughty list.
Marco Arment's read-it-later darling is now owned by Digg owner Betaworks.
"Can you hear me now?" For telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell, the answer is yes.
More New York City commuters can now get cell phone service underground -- for better or for worse.
Google's proposed concessions mean you could one day see a little Bing in your Google.
Early BlackBerry 10 reviewers love the device's keyboard, but bemoan its still-tiny app selection.
Cody Wilson is about to take a new, bold step into the world of firearms with the first gun completely manufactured with a 3D printer.
Twitter wants wants to make it tougher for bad guys to crack high-profile Twitter accounts. It's about time.
Just like everything else in the Foursquare universe, Foursquare's online listing pages are getting a redesign.
While most 3D printers create objects using different varieties of plastics, Mcor's tech is all about the magic of plain old paper.
Editor's Pick Andreessen Horowitz says that 3D is reaching its tipping point -- and the VC firm is putting its money where its mouth is.
Tumblr's new mobile ad platform may finally help the company turn a profit. And it's about time.
Google Glass-owning pervs could one day snap your photo just by winking at you. You can't make this stuff up.
Eventbrite may have sold $600 million in ticket sales last year, but its not intent on going public anytime soon.
For Nokia, QWERTY is far from dead.
Google's Street View Wi-Fi data snooping has cost it $190,000 in Germany. Some, however, aren't quite convinced that that's enough money.