Many physicians and residents are using their own cell phones to page colleagues, raising privacy concerns.
Dr. Blinky serves as a physical, blinking extension of your smartphone's notification bar. In other words, it's a beeper for a mobile world.
All but one justice conclude, however, that technology is changing too fast to craft a general rule specifying when government employees' gadgets can be searched.
Glimpse into events of September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks comes from pager messages that have been anonymously published on WikiLeaks.org.
New version of the browser allows users to automatically sign in to other Google services after logging in to Chrome.
Two companies face fines of nearly $5 million for allegedly making millions of artificial voice messages without consumers' prior consent.
Subtly improved and smartly refined, the Samsung Galaxy S5 is a superior superphone that hits every mark but the sharpest design.
The FDA grants TandemDiabetes Care clearance to market what may be the smallest and possibly sleekest pump available today.
So many gadgets...and so many of them unnecessary. If wearable tech aims to go mainstream, it's going to have to try harder.