Researchers in Australia believe that those who don't get immediate feedback on social media suffer from a lack of belonging and a general despair. Well, of course.
With the help of a psychology pro, Adventures in Tech explains why we get so fiercely competitive about our operating systems.
The social network's second-ranking exec issues a fresh mea culpa after the disclosure of secret psychological testing Facebook carried out on nearly 700,000 users in 2012.
iOS 8 appears to show Apple taking a more relaxed, open approach, but in fact the new software paves the way for even more control. CNET's Adventures in Tech explains how.
The famous supercomputer and the culinary magazine join forces to develop a cooking app that spews out new and innovative recipes. Fennel-spiced baby back pork ribs, anyone?
Some 689,003 lucky Facebook users were unwittingly part of an experiment in which their news feed was altered to make it more or less positive. Was this ethical?
Long an obstacle to treating diseases like brain cancer, Parkinson's, and Alzheimer's, the blood-brain barrier might soon be unlocked thanks to a medical physicist in Canada.
A new kind of computer game lets players kill, or help, each other, giving gamers a mirror to examine their morals.
Prior to the Nexus 7, Android tablets were adrift, failing to fight the might of Apple's iPad. Now, Adventures in Tech explains how Google got its first tablet right.
What else is Carroll University going to study other than the various characteristics of those who choose dogs over cats? And vice versa.