Free apps entice us with the promise of mobile fun at no cost. But it doesn't usually work that way. Most "free" apps have a way of making money
Stephen Colbert might hide behind a brash, super-confident character on Comedy Central's Colbert Report, but he gets downright giddy
From pets freaking out, to where you were, to creative memes, viewer reactions were across the board on Facebook overnight.
Flight attendants warn that safety lectures will be ignored more often and passengers will get into fights about noisy conversations.
Prepare to be completely charmed by Google's Valentine's Day confection: an illustrated audio Doodle with clickable love story snippets from public radio's
You don't just have to be male or female on Facebook anymore.
There's a bug in the image messaging application Snapchat that could allow a hacker to crash your iPhone remotely.
Fans of Flappy Bird who still have the game on their smartphone or tablet can still play.
More kids than ever are using mobile devices, and with hundreds of thousands of apps out there aimed at kids, it can be tough knowing what is appropriate for your child.
A grieving father's personal appeal to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has prompted the social network to release a retrospective video
Apple has reportedly repurchased $14 billion of its own shares as the company continues to face pressure from activist investor Carl Icahn
(WLTX) - Imagine if you had a ringtone on your cell phone that only you could hear. For many teens, mosquito ringtones makes this possible.
Facebook feeds across the U.S. and beyond were taken over by a festival of 1-minute films of user snapshots and highlights.
Sony will cut as many as 5,000 jobs as the electronics giant sells its troubled PC business and focus more on tablets and smartphones.
Lionel Moise shows how you can protect your digital footprint.