The announcement will be livestreamed in Chinese, English and Korean on its websites. Koh Dong-jin, Samsung’s mobile president, will give de…
Renewing business licenses by paper, either through mail or in person, is still available.
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are asking people worldwide how they think a robot car should handle such life-or-d…
If in doubt, change your password immediately. Changing your password every few months is a good practice in general.
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“Consumers are now buying and adopting instant cameras like they were back when Polaroid was in its heyday,” said Polaroid President and CEO…
On Wednesday, Yahoo disclosed a gargantuan breach affecting more than a billion user accounts, the largest such attack in history.
If you’re a winner, you’ll get a daily credit for one food or beverage item, every day, for 30 years.
Instagram users, 500 million strong, have experienced a mean comment or two on their filtered photos.
Uber’s website says the goal is to improve customer service, and make pickups and drop-offs better.
Here’s a list of recently recalled products to keep off your shopping list, and some advice on what to get instead.
This is the newest released sketch.
Teens and young adults aren’t the only ones using apps. Adults are just as likely to be distracted by items on their phone than items on the…
It’s the same battery installed in one million Samsung Galaxy Note 7’s that were recalled across the country.
Cybersecurity experts say webcams and other smart devices played a role in last month’s massive internet outage.
Voters are taking to social media, and so are the candidates. Both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have accounts on Twitter and Facebook.
With an Intel Core i7 processor and a new graphics card, the 15-inch MacBook Pro is more than twice as fast as the previous 15-inch model.
What not to do if you receive a suspicious text.
Four years ago, candidates Obama and Mitt Romney were just testing the waters with social media.
The feature uses historical flight data to make predictions and should make surprise price increases a little easier to avoid.