With smartphone theft on the rise, a new study finds most people are willing to take matters into their own hands.
Commentary: On a show based around the need to "become someone else," have they redeemed the worst character of all? Here's why I'm not just laughing.
At a screening of the movie "Mr. Turner" in Hollywood, a phone becomes a flash point.
In justifying his device's existence, Ira Goldman tells MSNBC that the device is not being used to "hog space."
Finding your Batgirl story a little dark, a little gloomy, a little horribly tragic? Put a bird on it! That's right, we're getting a modern-girl revamp with selfies and fixies.
Amazon Studios rounds out its pilot season, which lets customers vote on which shows get made, with a '80s suburban tennis comedy starring some favorite (maybe) stars of the time.
When it comes to the internet, getting justice can be tricky — but taking matters into your own hands to mete out punishment should never be the answer.
After activists try to organize a general strike through text messages, the country's telecommunications ministry deems SMS a security threat.
People will be able to watch and vote on the pilot episodes to determine which series make the cut for a full season.
That's half off the regular price for this highly automated service, which works with Windows and Mac PCs and includes laptop location-tracking.