Earlier today, popular video site YouTube unveiled a new app called YouTube Kids, a family-friendly version of YouTube made just for children. It will be available starting today on Google Play and in the Android app store.
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The New York premiere of “The Interview,” a Sony Pictures comedy about the assassination of North Korean President Kim Jong-Un, has been canceled and a source said one theater chain had scrapped plans to show it.
T-Mobile will now let customers carry over their unused cellular-data allotments.
Disney’s “Frozen” was the only entertainment title to break into Google’s top 10 ranking of U.S. trending searches for the year, alongside the suicide of actor and comedian Robin Williams, the World Cup and the Ebola virus outbreak.
Criminals stole personal information from tens of millions of Americans in data breaches this past year. Of those affected, one in three may become victims of identity theft, according to research firm Javelin.
Ford is upgrading its infotainment system to make it more like a smartphone or tablet — and it is dumping its longtime software provider Microsoft as part of the change.
The Twitter-verse has spoken. 2014 has officially been declared the year of the selfie. According to Twitter’s top trends of 2014, that is.
Mobile and in-store browsing are melding into one shopping experience, and retailers are adapting by retooling their apps to enable browsing while inside brick-and-mortar stores.
The inventor of the World Wide Web said on Thursday that Russian President Vladimir Putin was incorrect when he alleged the Internet was a project created by U.S. spies in the Central Intelligence Agency.
Despite its attention-grabbing name, the app offers common-sense advice that applies to motorists of all races.
Armchair travelers can visit the world’s tallest skyscraper and inspect one of the largest shopping malls with the addition of Dubai to Google Street View, Google said on Tuesday.
Just how successful have Netflix’s original shows been, really?
Actor and comedian Robin Williams, who committed suicide in August, was the third-most discussed topic overall in the U.S., after the global Ebola virus outbreak and the “ice bucket challenge” viral-video phenomenon in support of ALS research, according to Facebook.
A Las Vegas tech company has been bringing video data to life, providing businesses with several tools to increase profits and efficiency.
If your business is not on social media, you’d better get your act together. So says Dan Steele, chief operating officer of Las Vegas’ The Influential Network.
As 4G smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices replace older 3G gadgets, Verizon is changing the makeup of its network to compensate.
Disney unveiled Imagicademy, a new technology-driven learning initiative designed to encourage children to learn by creating, doing and making.
Target Australia is removing “Grand Theft Auto V” from store shelves after more than 40,000 people who say the video game encourages players to murder women for entertainment signed an online petition asking the retailer to stop selling it.
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.