In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon helps a reader figure out where he can get a good deal on a new smartphone.
The social network announces its @facebook.com e-mail service is being tossed because nobody really uses it.
Chrome extension Vibe shows promise as a way to gather quick background information about an e-mail contact, including his or her company and location information, and social media profiles.
In an apparent hacking of the Microsoft News Twitter account, a tweet emerges saying the company sells customer data to the government. The Syrian Electronic Army claims responsibility.
Evan Spiegel wants you to know: Yes, they did meet. No, he didn't make the Facebook CEO come to him.
If your iPhone contacts list is littered with contacts from the e-mail accounts you have set up in Mail, iOS 7 provides a quick and easy way to hide them.
CNET's Marguerite Reardon says the wireless industry is offering more choices for how you buy devices and gives her advice on figuring out what works best for you.
Collection occurs when Internet services transmit the data during routine activity such as composing a message, The Washington Post reports.
Facebook's new unified e-mail and its implementation is causing unwanted changes to users' address books; worse, the changes have gone unnoticed by users and vital communication is being lost.
Apple still won't let you send more than five photos at a time, which can make for some serious sharing hassles. Free app Kicksend easily solves the problem.