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A new app called 'Be My Eyes' connects volunteers with blind people through a video call to help with simple daily tasks that can prove to be big challenges.
ConsejoSano mobile app connects documented and undocumented Latinos to healthcare providers who speak Spanish.
Election Day has many Americans asking, 'Where do I vote?' Here are several ways to find out where you vote.
The hashtag #gamergate gets thrown around a lot on Twitter, YouTube, and press sites. What's at the heart of Gamergate?
People protest in Hong Kong on Oct. 11 against what they say is the abuse of pro-democracy protesters by Hong Kong police.
iPhone 6 and iOS 8 are too secure, according to FBI director James Comey. Is that good or bad for consumers?
With the tech world abuzz over Apple's latest product releases, we look at the potential safety and security issues that come with Apple Pay, the company's new mobile payment feature.
A new study released Tuesday reveals that 71 percent of all Internet hostnames exist for less than 24 hours, while a high volume of those pose threats to everyday Web users.
Apple announced Wednesday that it is banning the use of benzene and n-hexane in the final assembly stage of its products that include the iPhone and iPad.
A bill passed Monday in the California legislature says that all smart phones sold in California beginning July 2015 will need a 'kill switch' to render them inoperable in case they get stolen.
A new report out says that the risks associated with mobile apps is continuing to rise, particularly for free apps on the iOS and Android platforms.
Facebook is acquiring the cybersecurity company PrivateCore in an announcement that comes days after a report that Russian hackers had accumulated 1.2 billion usernames and passwords worldwide.
A report by New York State, along with San Francisco and London, found that iPhone theft was dramatically decreased once kill-switch tech, which allows users to remotely lock phones and wipe devices of information, was implemented. Now Google and Microsoft are joining the kill switch movement.
Twitter admits that its workforce is too male and too white. Can education solve a hiring problem?
As sailor attempts Guinness record, his tech-savvy wife considers the resilience and utility of HTC One, Magellan eXplorist 510 GPS, and other extreme gear.
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