Although it's the holiday season, a time for giving and good cheer, it's also an ideal time when people use the Internet to try to take advantage of others.
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The Internet can be a cruel place depending on who you ask.
As time begins to wear on a computer and it becomes slower and slower, the option that comes to mind is simply replacing it. But experts say instead of costly replacements there are steps people can take to ensure a faster and more-efficient machine.
As the founder and CEO of the digital marketing agency Diamond Group Marketing, Lori Nguyen has been in a prime spot to see Las Vegas' technology community grow.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has decided that Cyber Monday, the biggest online shopping day of the year, should not start on a Monday anymore.
Social media can easily lend itself to blurring the line between users' personal and professional lives. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to become a more responsible social media user. Read on to find out how social media can hurt your career and how to avoid social media mistakes.
Snapchat, maker of a free mobile app that lets users send videos and messages that disappear in seconds, is struggling to gain traction with advertisers, fueling investor concern that its $16 billion valuation isn't justified by a business that hasn't yet shown it has a steady source of income.
Las Vegas will get the first look at what mysterious electric carmaker Faraday Future's eventual product will look like at the Consumer Electronics Show in January. By that time the public should know if that product will be manufactured in North Las Vegas.
In an effort to expand its global reach, YouTube announced a set of new tools Thursday to help translate the titles and descriptions of its vast trove of videos into multiple languages.
Oxford Dictionaries' 2015 word of the year is difficult to pronounce. Because it has no letters. It is a cartoon yellow face, shedding two giant tears.
What makes people so loyal to Apple or Android products?
Its inventors say it could be the next big thing for those hard of hearing — a portable "ear" that sets off different colored lights, depending on the sound.
Facebook Inc vowed on Monday to turn on its "Safety Check" feature more often during disasters in response to growing criticism that it only enabled the function after the attacks in Paris.
The thought of someone texting while behind the wheel of a vehicle is a scary thought no matter who it is. A local tech startup has created an app to help curb distracted teen drivers from utilizing their cellphones while operating an automobile.
Google Maps has released an update to make their product more helpful without an internet connection, the company announced Tuesday, according to Time.
"Ridesharing" has become a buzzword these days. But the majority of "ridesharing" startups are essentially offering alternatives to taxis -- users aren't actually sharing rides. A French startup called BlaBlaCar is an exception.
It might seem innocuous, but the glare from the computer screen or cellphone might be getting between people and a good night's sleep.
President Barack Obama joined Facebook on Monday and said he wanted his account to be "a place where we can have real conversations," diving right in with his first post on climate change.
You might call it a kind of social movement: They call themselves, futurists.
One way to use your smart phone more effectively is by taking advantage of the somewhat hidden feature of Apple's Health app. The Health app allows users to create an emergency information card that is accessible from your phone's lock screen.
GoPro's new camera looks a lot like Polaroid's, according to a lawsuit.
Twitter just got a lot more emotional: The social network replaced users' ability to mark tweets as "favorites" with the option to "like" tweets Tuesday. Simultaneously, it replaced the star icon for favorites with a heart for likes.
You probably won't be surprised to hear that a new report found that teens and tweens spend a lot of time watching TV, videos and movies, playing video games, reading, listening to music and checking social media, but you might be somewhat shocked by just how much time.
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