A Google app that matches people's selfies to famous works of art and encourages users to share the side by sides on social media lept to the top spot on the iTunes App Store charts.
Nearly 80 percent of teens check their phones once an hour and 50 percent report feeling addicted to their phones.
There are bubbles, there are bad investments and then there's dogecoin.
Democrats are using the Congressional Review Act to possibly block the FCC's new internet rules.
LAS VEGAS (AP) - What happens to all those internet-connected refrigerators, robots and other devices when the power goes out?
LAS VEGAS (AP) - The flash of the CES technology show in Las Vegas is all about robots, drones and smart gadgets. But its subtext is all about Google versus Amazon.
This is the first time in several years that the Mountain View, Calif., titan has had a big, stand-alone booth at the show and its presence not only reflects the changing dynamic of the show, but also serves as a declaration of war on the battlefield of digital assistants.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The chairman of the U.S. Senate's commerce committee wants Apple to lift the veil on its once-secret slowdown of older iPhones.
Two security flaws affecting nearly every modern computer processor could allow hackers to steal stored data on desktops, laptops, mobile phones and cloud networks.
The app is like the smartphone-based version of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?," and hundreds of thousands of people log on every day, at 3 and 9 p.m. sharp, to take part.
The far right sought a way to evade the government and tech-firm control. What they found was profit.
The market for blockchain-related products and services is forecast to reach $7.7 billion in 2022, up from $242 million last year. That's creating opportunities for some old warships of the technology world, such as IBM and Microsoft.
Customers seem to be opting for cheaper models of the iPhone, according to one analyst, which says that Apple failed to cram enough new technology into the iPhone X to justify a $999 price tag.