Nickelodeon, the hugely popular kid’s cable channel, is starting a subscription service to offer shows directly to consumers.
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This past week, The Huffington Post and several major websites displayed malware-laced advertisements that infected computers and locked them down.
Growing innovations in digital health, wireless fitness tracking, telemedicine and wearable technology designed to promote healthier living and active aging go on display at CES trade show.
As representatives of Uber work behind the scenes to persuade Nevada lawmakers to approve legislation allowing the ridesharing transportation network company to operate legally in the state, they’re also enlisting the public for support for their technology.
Whether you think spying on your kids is acceptable in today’s digital age or a breach of trust seems to really depend on how you define “spying” in the first place.
Consumer Electronics Association President and CEO Gary Shapiro welcomed more than 160,000 people to the opening of International CES, a four-day trade show that is all about gadgets big and small.
Is the future of cable a “personal subscription service” with a small bundle of television and online video channels delivered to phones, tablets and Internet-connected TV sets?
Apple’s forthcoming smartwatch poses a conundrum for advertisers: How to tap the enticing possibilities of the tiny gadget without overwhelming consumers with messages.
Thousands of technology professionals have descended on Las Vegas for Tuesday’s kickoff of the four-day International Consumer Electronics Show.
International developers, designers and tech entrepreneurs competed to win their share of $100,000 in cash and prizes by building and coding the most innovative apps.
Look out, Oprah. Mark Zuckerberg is starting his own book club. The “year of books” is Zuckerberg’s 2015 goal. The billionaire is known for his quirky New Year’s Resolutions.
Technology will be in focus at next week’s International Consumer Electronics Show. The four-day trade show officially opens Tuesday, but as with any gathering that brings more than 150,000 people to one place, the prep work and advanced events begin much earlier.
Police in Tennessee said hackers have found a way to take over smart phones and extorts owners using pornographic images.
Sony’s online PlayStation store and Microsoft’s Xbox site suffered disruptions to users on Christmas Day in the latest possible cyber-attacks on the companies.
Once children know how to Google, Graber says, they can easily stumble upon sexual images.
Once you’ve unpacked your drone, make sure to read up on the FAA’s guidelines to make sure you avoid nearly colliding with a Boeing 747 or slicing someone’s face.
Out with the old and in with the new. 2015 is on the horizon and Netflix is about to add a whole new batch of digital delights.
North Korea experienced sweeping and progressively worse Internet outages extending into Monday, with one computer expert saying the country’s online access is “totally down.”
The new year is fast approaching and that means Netflix is switching up its inventory again for 2015.
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.
Google Inc is laying the groundwork for a version of Android that would be built directly into cars, sources said, allowing drivers to enjoy all the benefits of the Internet without even plugging in their smartphones.
Sony Picture Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton explains that everyone is mistaken about the circumstances by which they cancelled the Christmas premiere.
The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against Sprint Corp. over unauthorized charges on customers’ cellphone bills, a practice known as cramming, in the agency’s first foray into mobile payments.