A funny thing happened on the road to capturing everything: Hardware failed to keep up, and social media made it redundant.
Stories by Mike Elgan
Cuba is an Internet backwater, but I think its next revolution could be digital.
You should, too. There's never been a better time to live everywhere. Here's why -- and how.
Virtually everyone in technology knows about Kevin Mitnick, the one-time fugitive hacker who is now a security consultant. Mitnick has a wealth of security advice for the public.
You might think Internet.org is a nonprofit organization launched by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and dedicated to bringing Internet access to people who can't access it, or can't afford it. But that's not the case.
Opening physical bookstores is the best idea Amazon has had since the creation of Amazon Prime.
The responses from virtual assistants are far more human than most of us assume. In fact, every response is carefully crafted by a person or a team of people.
Lifelogging used to be an obscure area of geek research. Now you're doing it every day. Here's how to lifelog even better.
Project Tango is a Google platform for giving phones and tablets a sense of space, and it's going to radically change how people use their mobile devices.
The public believes the desktop Internet is better, but in reality the opposite is now true.
Social networks are massively addictive -- by design -- which makes it really hard for users to break their online habits.
Toys are dangerous. I'm not talking about toys with sharp edges, toxic materials or parts that constitute a choking hazard. I'm talking about hacking -- a new threat to the safety of children. Last week, the risk got real.
The language of technology is a moving target. As the technology changes, so do the usage models, business models and behaviors associated with it. So do the words.
Google transforms its everything-for-everyone social network into a site that does one thing really well -- connecting supernerds.
Facebook's new app uses notifications on your lock screen as a 'newspaper.' And so the war over lock screen real estate begins.