With kids off from school for winter break and Christmas days away, the use of electronic devices will be multiplying exponentially, presenting more parental concerns.
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You might think you’ve escaped “Gangnam Style,” but you could be wrong.
The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation warned U.S. businesses that hackers have used malicious software to launch destructive attacks in the United States, following a devastating cyber attack last week at Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Anthony Elonis claimed he was just kidding when he posted a series of graphically violent rap lyrics on Facebook about killing his estranged wife, shooting up a kindergarten class and attacking an FBI agent.
An Israeli company says it has developed technology that can charge a mobile phone in a few seconds and an electric car in minutes, advances that could transform two of the world’s most dynamic consumer industries.
Google is throwing its money, brain power and technology at the humble spoon. But these spoons (don’t call them spoogles) are a bit more than your basic utensil: Using hundreds of algorithms, they allow people with essential tremors and Parkinson’s disease to eat without spilling.
It might seem as though everyone has an iPhone or Galaxy smartphone. But many customers are eschewing the best cameras and screens — and their top-end price tags — and choosing models that can get the job done at less than a third of the cost.
Traveling by plane, train or automobile can be a headache. Mixing in Thanksgiving can make it a throbbing migraine. Technology provides some pain relief in the form of apps to let you know which roads are clogged, what gate your flight leaves from and whether trains are running on time.
Facebook Inc’s professional version of its social network aimed at businesses will launch in the next few months, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters on Monday.
The Las Vegas Valley’s more than 600 miles of walking trails are as close to Southern Nevadans as their smartphones.
In today’s high-tech world, people are required to adapt to new technology faster than before to enhance task performance in their daily lives. But diving into computers isn’t always easy. In order to provide extra assistance, SeniorNet learning classes were formed to offer courses to adults 50 or older.
Google Inc’s YouTube is rolling out the long-awaited paid monthly subscription service called YouTube Music Key.
The U.S. agency that operates the National Weather Service said on Wednesday four of its websites were hacked in recent weeks, becoming the latest federal agency to fall victim to a cyber attack.
Skateboarding is going airborne this fall with the launch of the first real commercially marketed hoverboard which uses magnetics to float about an inch off the ground.
The Brookings Institution’s Metropolitan Policy Program and Brookings Mountain West will release their “Cracking the Code on STEM: A People Strategy for Nevada’s Economy” report during a panel discussion at The Innevation Center in southwest Las Vegas.
President Barack Obama on Monday waded into the debate over “net neutrality” by suggesting that Internet service should be regulated more heavily to protect consumers. Here’s a look at the issue and what’s at stake.
Google has signed a long-term lease for part of a historic Navy air base, where it plans to renovate three massive hangars and use them for projects involving aviation, space exploration and robotics.
President Obama is urging the FCC to reclassify consumer broadband service with the goal of protecting the net neutrality principles that his administration has long supported.
Cybersecurity researchers have warned that a bug in Apple Inc’s iOS operating system makes most iPhones and iPads vulnerable to cyberattacks by hackers seeking access to sensitive data and control of their devices.
The U.S. Postal Service was the victim of a cyber attack that may have compromised the personal information of more than 800,000 employees as well as data on customers who contacted its call center.
Seven years after the recession and the end of the easy credit era it represented, Nevada startup companies are looking at every possible resource to raise funds.
A $10 billion-a-year effort to protect sensitive government data, from military secrets to Social Security numbers, is struggling to keep pace with an increasing number of cyberattacks and is unwittingly being undermined by federal employees and contractors.