As new apps shape our evolving language, BuzzFeed's style guide tries to make sense of the grammatical madness.
New phone apps such as Whisper and Secret revitalize the idea that "On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog."
Old services, such as Spotify, add features. New ones, such as Beats, come online.
Acxiom's AboutTheData.com lets you see and edit what marketers think they know about you.
The new YouTube celebrities: gamers. Millions of people love to watch other people playing games online.
T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon give clients a new option to trade up faster – at a price.
Online playgrounds from Netflix, Amazon, and Apple give kids room to be themselves, without straying too far.
4K programming has finally arrived for UHD TVs -- slowly.
Smart locks from August, Goji, and Yale bring high-tech features to front doors. You can grant access when away and see who's there. But make sure your phone is secure.
Incandescents are history. Now Americans must choose between halogen, CFL, and LED light bulbs. Each has its perks.
Automakers have found new ways to save energy, such as the Ford F-150's new aluminum body and Chrysler's nine-speed cars.
Sony's PlayStation 4 allows single-player gamers to share online.
Microsoft's Xbox One tackles games, movies, VOIP, and Internet, all voice-activated.
Extend the life of a lithium cell by not topping it off. The 40-80 rule can extend the life of your battery, but be careful to keep it out of the heat.
Intel's new 'Haswell' chip will markedly extend battery life.
Motorola's 'Ara' will give consumers many options.
There are as many ways to take a screenshot as there are devices.
Thumbprint, heartbeat, even posterior 'readers' emerge alongside the popular iPhone 5S.
The Google Now app peers at your data and offers suggestions.
Will the Pebble smart watch spark new app flurry?