A third of teenage texters send a 100 texts a day, according to the Pew Research Center. Meanwhile, 64 percent of parents admit to regularly perusing the contents of their kid's cell phone.
On Wednesday, the US Treasury introduced a new 100 dollar bill, which is slated to go into circulation early in 2011. The new 100 dollar bill includes a "3D Security Ribbon" and a color-changing inkwell.
Technical problems have led Princeton University to ban some iPad tablets from its network.
An Apple attorney has sent a letter to Gizmodo editorial director Brian Lam, demanding the return of a test edition of a new iPhone. Gizmodo says it will give the lost iPhone prototype back to Apple.
Capcom today released a trailer for Marvel vs. Capcom 3, a long-awaited fighting game that pits comic book characters such as Iron Man against the heroes of the Capcom universe.
The HTC Droid Incredible doesn't hit store shelves until the end of the month. But that hasn't stopped critics from lavishing love on the sleek HTC-manufactured Android handset.
Facebook is reportedly close to introducing a 'like' button, which would let users flag third-party content. That would put Facebook head-to-head with popular sites such as Digg.
It took a Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning before Apple would approve cartoonist Mark Fiore's iPhone app. But don't worry – Fiore isn't holding any grudges.
As Foursquare Day excitement sweeps the Web, we look at the roots of the world's first social-media holiday.
Amid aftermath of the Iceland volcano, the Norwegian PM has relied on an Apple iPad to keep up with business.
Jill Scott, Kiran Bedi, and other women who work to change cultural perceptions highlighted the White House Project event.
And you thought FarmVille on Facebook was free? Not for everyone.
The Israeli government, citing compliance concerns, says it will seize any Apple iPads imported through customs. Meanwhile, international demand for the Apple iPad continues to grow.
Trying to track down a single tweet from 2007? With the new Twitter archive search, Google is opening up access to years of Twitter activity.
The HTC Droid Incredible will arrive on April 29, according to information accidentally posted on the Verizon homepage.
Gamers are reporting that there's a Splinter Cell: Conviction freezing bug. Here's the solution.
The popular MacBook Pro line will receive upgraded processors and a new scrolling function for the trackpad.
Gears of War 3, the latest installment in the top-selling Gears of War franchise, will hit store shelves in April of 2011. That's the news from creator Cliff Bleszinski, who introduced the Gears of War 3 trailer during a segment of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
According to one newspaper, Google could soon roll out an Android tablet computer, escalating the battle between Google and Apple. But would a Google tablet really be able to knock the much-buzzed Apple iPad off its perch?