Pandora has added a new alarm clock feature to the Apple iOS version of its mobile app to give users another reason to keep using its app and not Apple's iTunes Radio.
The Facebook "Like" button is often used to acknowledge what someone has posted, but "liking" something isn't the most appropriate reaction to every thing that gets shared on the 1-billion member social network.
What do Pope Francis, the royal baby and Miley Cyrus all have in common? They each made it into Facebook's "Most Talked About in 2013" list.
If you've ever wanted to learn how to write computer software, you can now sign up for a free one-hour class at your local Apple Store.
In an open letter to Washington, eight major technology companies are calling for sweeping changes in the way the U.S. government collects information on citizens.
Silicon Valley has rediscovered cybersecurity. The last time it was this focused on the field was in the 1990s. Two giants emerged from that generation: McAfee and Symantec.
Christmas is more than two weeks away, but thanks to several apps and websites, people can interact with Santa Claus whenever they want.
Thirteen members of hacker group Anonymous have pleaded guilty to charges related to their involvement in a 2010 cyber attack of PayPal, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Friday.
Apple made headlines Friday by announcing iBeacon, new software that pushes notifications to users as they walk around the company's retail stores.
Spotify free riders, get ready to rejoice. An ad-supported version of Spotify's mobile music-streaming service reportedly will be unveiled next week.
Apple's victories over Samsung in a San Jose federal court have brought the company close to $1 billion in jury verdicts. But those wins have come at a price.
Apple has rolled out its "iBeacon" indoor location software at its 254 U.S. stores. The technology sends notifications to customers within the store with information that might be relevant to their interests.
Curved-screen smartphones have arrived.
23andMe, the Google-backed personal genetics company, said it would no longer offer health-related results from its genetic tests to customers after a recent warning from federal regulators.
A new Kickstarter project wants to fix your iPhone night photos by turning your smartphone case into a camera flash light.
Twitter made headlines Thursday by appointing its first female board member, Marjorie Scardino. But it turns out the former Pearson chief executive had never sent a tweet prior to joining the company.
Instagram has sent out media invitations for an event next week in New York City.
Google is spreading holiday cheer by automatically adding twinkling lights and falling snow into users' Google+ photos.
The San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission has launched an investigation into the construction of Google's mysterious barge.
SAN FRANCISCO -- In a major step in building up its advertising business, Twitter will begin showing ads to users based on their Web browsing history, the company said Thursday.
Being the sister to the man who connected more than a billion people through Facebook can cause you to get overshadowed, and Randi Zuckerberg is getting a little tired of it.
No amount of hope or change can set President Obama up with an iPhone.