A motorist is so freaked out by speed cameras that he turns to counseling to help him get over his affliction. The CEO of an anxiety association has the same problem.
While many first tweets centered on dull daily details or confusion about what Twitter even does, Jedi Master tweeters treated their first 140-character messages like a night at the comedy club.
According to a study, 68 percent of Americans keep their unused gadgets for posterity's sake. Or something. Only 25 percent allegedly admit to it.
Chinese telecoms equipment maker cites trade protectionism and phobia from the U.S. government as reasons.
After a tech reporter detailed his nightmarish saga of being hacked because of Amazon and Apple security flaws, the e-commerce giant says it has changed its system to make things more secure.
The Buzzy Mini uses cold and vibrations to soothe your fear of needles and take the pain out of injections.
A survey out of the U.K. suggests that as many as two in three adults may be nervous when without cell phone contact.
After a reporter said account breaches occurred when an AppleCare technician fell prey to social engineering, the tech giant says, "our own internal policies were not followed completely."
A new speed camera is designed not merely to check your speed, but also to monitor whether you're insured, whether you're tailgating, and even whether you're wearing a seat belt.
Microsoft (and other email providers, though Microsoft has done it best) has brought a lot of the "office productivity applications" into email. You can include a lot in an email today that would have been impossible years ago (and still is if you're sen