Tech & The Web
If a Denver group gets its way, a smartphone age limit will prevent retailers from selling the devices to children under the age of 13.
Here’s an interesting idea: Samsung’s new Frame TV is designed to make a television set resemble a piece of artwork in your home.
An annual survey shows smartphones have moved up a slot as the second most-owned device in the average home, even over the DVD or Blu-Ray player.
There’s a Google Docs phishing scam to be on the lookout for because it could download malware onto your computer.
The Facebook concerts quiz generally involves challenging friends to guess which one of 10 listed performers the poster hasn’t seen live.
A recent article about the upcoming iPhone 8 extolled the virtues of an all-glass phone and why it might be ‘more durable’ than we’d expect.
A funny thing happened to my Apple Watch the other day, and the result is I’ll have to get used to looking at my watchless wrist for a few days.
The smartphone is a huge hit by any reasonable perspective. But so was the pager at one time. What tech breakthrough will be next?
Friday is being called the ‘Day of Unplugging’ in which we’re supposed to disconnect from devices and reconnect with people.
Various restaurant review websites offer customers to vent their frustration or sing praise for the world to see over recently-visited eateries.
If you’re looking for a way to be alerted to possible scams or just block telemarketers, there are multiple apps that can help.
Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling was quick to fire back at some of her fans who are express their anger over her anti-Trump political views.