How to fund a microloan, find a place to volunteer, or help UNICEF – from your iPhone or Android device while you wait.
Google's Street View program heads to places where cars aren't welcome, such as Antarctica.
A Yahoo hack stole passwords from 400,000 user accounts. Add those to the millions snatched last month and it's easy to feel numb toward these breaches. Resist that urge. Friends and associates may pay for your inaction.
The Nintendo Wii U's new GamePad controller mixes Wii and iPhone gameplay.
Some specs don't tell the whole story. Here's what to look for when shopping for a new camera, smart phone, or laptop.
Full self-driving vehicles take to the road in some states, but plenty of older cars already have autonomous features.
Thinking about some major gadget purchases this summer? It may be the right time to pick up a new TV. An iPhone? It's probably best to wait a bit.
So you want to write a bestseller? Self-publishing has shed its stigma. Here's how to start.
Shopping for a new smart phone? Expect to see signs for 4G and 4G LTE. Who's the fastest of them all?
The simplicity of iPhone photo-editing tools scores big with shutterbugs. Check out Instagram, Camera Awesome, and these other iPhone and Android apps.
Disney and Yahoo design 'second screen' apps for phones and tablets that help viewers stay invested in a TV show or movie – even when they're ignoring that TV show or movie.
New plug-in devices from Square and Sage Mobile allow some smart phones to become card readers.
New waterproofing technology will protect an iPhone, iPod Shuffle, or certain Android phones from spills and splashes.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced plans on Monday to acquire the photo sharing app Instagram. What could the future of their partnership hold?
Review: Pinterest, reportedly the fastest-growing website ever, combines the best parts of several social networks.
4K could be the next big leap for TVs. But do we really need a "higher definition" picture?
Using a fake name to cloak identity online is becoming less tolerated. But will these company policies from Facebook and Google hold up as users voice their dissatisfaction?
Architects hope to protect buildings by letting them rumble instead of crumble. A new design feature would sacrifice itself during an earthquake without harming anything else.
Or, how grammatically challenged cats pull in a seven-figure income.
Quick Response (QR) codes link consumers to websites fast. Here's how to use them, and why you'd want to.