Bill Would Allow Custodian To Take Over Online Accounts A proposal moving through the Florida Legislature would allow people to designate a custodian for their online accounts after they die or become incapacitated.
Facebook Lets The Public Go Live With New FeatureEveryone in your Facebook feed is about to become a broadcaster.
Knight News Challenge Winners Do DataThe Knight Foundation announced 17 winners for its News Challenge on Data Tuesday afternoon.
WhatsApp To Drop Renewal Fees For Messaging ServiceMessaging service WhatsApp says it will drop its 99-cent subscription fee over the next several weeks.
High Tech Work Around For Low Battery Life At CESThe constant search for a power plug is endless when it comes to technology - especially for your phone and laptop.
Smart Fridge A Sign Of Next Gen Homes Smartphones and smart televisions are everywhere but in the near future, your family may be gathering around a different screen.
IBM: Future Of Gadgets Is In Their Ability To "Think"The future of gadgets will not just be in connectivity but in its ability to analyze and "think," said IBM's CEO Virginia Rometty at the consumer-electronics show known as CES.
The Pregnancy Test For Your PhoneWomen trying to find out if they're pregnant can turn to a new app.
Ford Triples Amount Of Self-Driving Cars In Test FleetFord is joining the list of automakers moving into the self-driving car sector and their stepping up their efforts- saying they will triple the number of cars in its test fleet.
Facebook Glitch Celebrates 46 Years Of Online FriendshipFacebook's making some of its users feel a lot older than they really are.
Google Will Let Artificial Intelligence Reply To Your EmailGoogle is putting twist to the concept of automated reply, rolling out a new tool meant to write artificially intelligent responses to your email.
Apple TV Brings iPhone-Like Apps To The Big Screen Apple TV is not just for streaming anymore.