Maximizing the features built into a smartphone's camera while minimizing its limitations is the key to taking better photos. Photographer Cederic Terrell offers five easy tips to take better pix.
All eyes were on the Emmys Sunday night, but many had their eyes on the computer, tablet or cellphone screen, too.
Google Glass isn't available to the public, but its development is sparking buzz and interest in the possibilities of wearable computers. WTOP gets a chance to experiment with Google Glass, thanks to Data Doctor Ken Colburn.
The U.S. Marshals Service is auctioning mink capes, Bruce Lee and Michael Jackson memorabilia to help make sure former Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. pays his debt to society.
LivingSocial is seeking to reinvent itself again. The District-based company rose to fame with its daily deals, but plans to change into a Web site and mobile app where people can browse for deals.
The superior beans, roasting, and free Wi-Fi apparently aren't the only reasons many love hanging out in coffeehouses. Research shows the ambient noise enhances creativity.
A Montgomery County, Md. temple is using high-tech to bring followers closer to a higher being. Temple Shalom will be live-streaming Friday's Yom Kippur High Holy Day service.
The piles of computer games he'd coveted has teenager were becoming a liability as an adult - so one gamer came up with a creative way to conceal his passion.
Denny's jumped at the chance to capitalize on Apple's new iPhone with a clever social media ad.
With the immediate future of iPhone clear, the future of a groundbreaking Apple mobile device is less clear. The iPod Classic is apparently entering the twilight of its life.
The viral video which showed a girl's pants catching on fire while attempting to twerk was a stunt, staged by talk show host Jimmy Kimmel.
Ohio man who made confessional DUI video turns himself in after vehicular homicide indictment
A new study finds that people who lie during a texting or online conversation take longer to respond.
Getting divorced is difficult enough. Sharing too much information on social media can complicate matters, and even be used against you in the courtroom.
We all know how convenient it is to look things up online. Printing what you find online is a different (and often wasteful) matter. Here's how to print what you want, and nothing more.
Many think it's not possible to remain anonymous online, and many others are working to block their information from getting out.
The Beach Boys have launched an online campaign, asking fans to contribute a guitar solo to a song that was recorded in 1979 without a lead guitar.
A new mobile app lets people quickly buy what they see in a printed catalog, circular, or magazine without having to go online to make the purchase.
For any adult who's ever been frustrated while teaching a parent to operate a DVD or CD player, the notion of trying to explain social media might make you think "OMG." Guess what - they're learning without you.
A local couple took to YouTube to invite Redskins' quarterback Robert Griffin III and his wife to the Marine Corps Ball.