To say the Facebook Developer Platform changed the web as we know it would be a dramatic understatement.
More than 18 months after announcing that it was shutting down Google Buzz, Google is taking the final steps in snuffing out the platform.
The East Coast cicadas, currently emerging by the billions, have spent the last 17 years underground, making today's world a bit of a shock for them
In 1996, Alanis Morissette was just a "Jagged Little Pill" and only 20 million Americans dialed up to the Internet.
Memorial Day weekend has arrived in a hurry, spreading some unseasonably cold weather across the country.
When you think about enjoying the great outdoors, embracing the natural world and soaking up all of the sun's vitamin D, technology doesn't really enter the picture, does it? But using tech and being outside don't have to be mutually exclusive.
The national conversation of late has revolved around a trio of Washington scandals, a weather disaster, and the seesaw views in financial markets about whether crisis looms.
Despite rolling out a major overhaul a little over a year ago, Google could be preparing to redesign the Gmail experience on iOS, Android and the desktop.
The Westboro Baptist Church can add another group to its "hate" list: hackers.
The Christian fundamentalist group, notorious for its "God Hates Fags" protests, launched a website on Monday called GodHatesOklahoma.
At the Webby Awards this week, Steve Wilhite, father of the Graphics Interchange Format, used his five-word acceptance speech to end a popular debate: It's pronounced "JIF," not "GIF.
You're surrounded by geeks every day. Your commute is filled with people playing Dots. Your best friend spends her Saturday nights creating Everquest fan art.