New Yorkers react to Facebook’s clarification of what content is prohibited on its social media website, as the company strives to curb controversial posts.
(EVO) – Few places can claim to have as much time as Basel.
But then the Swiss city is hosting the world’s most important watch show, kicking off this year not with a bang, but with a beep.
“Smart” is the key word here.
NASA confirms that a moon orbiting Jupiter has an ocean beneath its icy surface.
Nicolas Prost, son of former F1 driver Alain Prost, wins first Formula E electric car race held in the United States.
(Next Media Online) – Toymaker, Mattel Inc., has announced an internet connected Barbie doll which features interactive conversation with its user. However, privacy advocates fear the doll’s cloud-based technology exposes children to eavesdropping by Mattel, or anyone with access to the company’s servers.
Swatch unveils a smartwatch that allows users to make payments with the swipe of their wrists via programmable chips.
(BVO) – Twitter has opened a small office in Hong Kong aiming to gain a foothold in the world’s second-largest economy which has become a hotspot for social media activity.
With the launch of the new Apple Watch, Mashable correspondent Lance Ulanoff says the company earned points on fashion and technology.
Apple announces exclusive partnership to bring HBO to new users, lowers cost of its Apple TV.