Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Mix tape, anyone? The cassette turns 50
The cassette should have died. Instead, it's turning 50 in an atmosphere of celebration.
YouTube creators target Vine, Instagram with MixBit
MixBit lets users shoot video snippets up to 16 seconds in length -- more than Instagram (15 seconds) and Vine (6 seconds).
Woman dies from electric shock after answering her iPhone
Could your smartphone really give you a lethal electric shock?
Police Bust a Suspected Pot Growing Operation in Oak Creek Home
A welfare check turns into a drug bust in an Oak Creek Neighborhood.
T-Mobile blows up cell phone pricing model
Long stuck in fourth place, T-Mobile made itself a relevant mobile player in the United States again on Tuesday, with plans to rapidly roll out its 4G LTE network and offer bargain plans with no contracts to entice potential customers.
Emblazoned in red, same-sex marriage dominates social media
Scroll through your Facebook newsfeed today and there is a good chance you will be seeing red.
The growing move to track your location indoors
Sure, the GPS on your phone or dedicated device can get you from Point A to Point B on the interstate, frustrating "Calibrating ... calibrating ..." moments aside.
Police: Man raped woman he met on Christian dating website
A California man is accused of raping a woman he met on a Christian dating website -- and police fear there may be other victims.
Security flaw allows snoopers to access locked iPhones
(CNN) -- The passwords on iPhones can be hacked, giving someone the ability to make calls, listen to your recent messages and tinker with your contact list, according to a new video posted to YouTube.
The social network where no one knows your name
Online, you can project whatever identity you like. But for some people, it's easier to have no identity at all.