Update to terms of service says the site doesn't have a problem with sexually explicit content on the Internet -- it just doesn't want to be the source.
A limited app-programming interface doesn't deter Toronto-based design firm from dreaming up uses for Google's tech-savvy eyewear.
Google releases its policies for third-party Google Glass developers. In the fine print: they can't display ads or charge for the software.
A new company called Mesoloft will rocket your ashes to near space, where they will likely traverse the globe before becoming the seeds of raindrops and snowflakes.
Snapchat tells its more than 100 million users that some third-party apps pose a threat. But the photo-sharing service doesn't address why outsiders were able to connect to Snapchat in the first place.
A Sunday event known as the "The Snappening" may have revealed compromising photos for an unknown number of Snapchat's users of a third-party website, according to The Guardian.
Despite Snapchat's self-proclaimed efforts to shutter third-party services, a new hack of the service -- popular with teens -- exposes an enormous library of user photos and videos.
Social network says current government restrictions on transparency are preventing tech companies from being fully honest with the public.
Due to an NFL deal with Bose, players can't wear their Beats headphones during televised interviews.
Law prohibits online retailers from imposing contracts that require customers waive their right to express a negative opinion about their service experience.