Need a break from your Foursquare friends? Web app dubbed "an experiment in anti-social media" creates safe zones to help you avoid them.
Leaked documents allegedly reveal the ride-hailing service estimates it rung up $130 million in revenue in 2014, but it's spending more than half of that on marketing.
At firm's first confab for developers who'll make games to run on its headset, execs discuss, among other things, the trickiness of the controllers that'll let players pick up and move objects.
A Vermont bakery and coffee shop shuts off its Wi-Fi and discovers that people quite like it.
Google issued guidelines to help Google Glass users not be "Glassholes," but why stop there? Here's the missing manual to put an end to some top technology peeves.
Apple has paid more $200 million to buy Topsy, a company that develops tools for analyzing tweets and Twitter traffic, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The deputy PM thinks parents should keep an eye on what their kids are playing, and limit how long they spend on their consoles.
What's not to Like? A provocative creative exercise explores social media and virtual personae by making the "Like" button into a weapon of digital destruction.
Felicia Day is our guest on the first 404 episode live from the CNET stage at CES 2013. As the official CEA Entertainment Matters Ambassador, Felicia tells us all the perks of wearing the sash and debunks the myth that CES-goers are anti-social homebodies.