Dubbed Project Rigel, the mobile app will let people retouch photos on iPhones and iPads. It is slated to make its debut at Adobe's conference for digital creators in October.
The smartphone's stylus gets jammed when you insert it backwards into the storage slot, which can break it permanently. It's a problem some research analysts say harkens back to Apple's iPhone design uproar.
A YouTube video of a "social experiment" exploring the vulnerability of underage kids to predators on social networks gets more than 17 million views in just two days.
Technically Incorrect: Apparently young Brits and Aussies work at their craft. The Americans, on the other hand, preen on Facebook and Twitter and have become unisex.
Launching in London today, the new company is set to take on the smartphone market with budget hardware and unusual Android software.
Technically Incorrect: The Orange County Public Schools District reportedly gets software for monitoring posts made by students, saying it wants to anticipate and prevent cyberbullying and other crime.
The Internet's main spot for AM/FM radio adds an $8 subscription that swaps commercials out of 600 stations, while also opening up a library of audiobooks (including "Harry Potter") and streaming every Major League Baseball game.
With plans to head toward Iowa to start her US presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton is also hitting digital trails on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter.
Hackers claiming a moralistic purpose have a long tradition on the Internet, but they're causing much more damage than ever before.