Apple is in court over allegations that it deleted non-iTunes songs from iPods. This is the third class-action lawsuit Apple has faced since 2011. If Apple is found guilty, the damages could be worth $350 million.
There are a lot of communication apps out there, but you can add one more to that list. Wire is a new app that allows users to send messages, make calls, and share photos. Its founders say their focus is to make Wire as sleek as possible.
Harassment is a common experience for online users, but it is sometimes hard to report. So Twitter is releasing a new "blocked users" page and new reporting tools to make it easier for users to silence online trolls.
Google is planning on releasing a new version of Glass in 2015. It's being reported that the new version of the wearable device will be powered by an Intel chip. Will new features help Google Glass catch on?
The Internet has infiltrated our daily lives. We spend large amounts of our time using social networks and shopping online, but a new Pew Center study found that most Americans have a hard time answering basic questions about how the Internet actually works.
Google Contributor is a subscription service that allows users to surf the web without the annoyance of ads. Other services have tried similar models and experienced pushback from content creators who say they aren't paid enough for their work. Will Google Contributor work?
After complaints from parents and authorities, Apple is renaming the "Free" section of the App Store to "Get." Apple is making the move to make it more transparent that free apps with in-app purchases are not always free.
Since it started in 2006, Twitter has been a place where people cover world events in real time. Millions of users have tweeted hundreds of billions of tweets, but searching through them has been difficult. Twitter has unveiled its new search engine, which indexes every public tweet ever sent.
Nokia has released its N1 tablet, the company's first device since selling part of its company to Microsoft. Nokia's N1 tablet has similar specs to Apple's iPad mini, but has some improved technology. Can the N1 break into the tablet market?
BlackBerry announced Thursday that they will partner to bring secure devices to Samsung's phones. This partnership is aimed at Samsung's enterprise customers and rivals the Apple and IBM partnership that was announced in July.