Slowing growth for Twitter in Asia shows challenge to keep users engaged, grow advertising
And now, a new app called "Hungry Fan" says it can help satisfy your hunger at local sports stadiums.
Why some financial analysts think Twitter is a bargain despite its small size, big losses
Privacy experts warn nothing is private online. So, many people - including young job-seekers - are trying to clean-up their Internet personas.
This week's top 10 paid and free apps for iPhone and iPad on the App Store
Students, veterans to help launch new free mobile app for World War II Memorial in DC
The search for after-school activities and kids' camps can be time-consuming and frustrating. Activity Rocket lets a parent type a child's age, location, and area of interest and quickly search for options.
New BlackBerry chairman says company needs to focus on software and services _ not devices
Nothing can ruin a day faster than losing a smartphone. The Vybe vibrating smart bracelet helps prevent lost phones and also offers a way to be alerted to calls without having to always have your phone on your hip.
Review: Lighter, slimmer full-size iPad Air narrows differences with Mini version
Do banking on your smartphone? There are a few things you need to know to keep safe.
Review: Curved Samsung phone "Round" brings bragging rights, tests potential to reshape design
Comcast to add 35 live TV channels, including ESPN, CNN and Fox News, to mobile app
Apple says a manufacturing problem is affecting the battery life of a small number of new iPhone 5S models. The company will replace affected phones.
Notifications are usually audible or visual - a soon to be released smartphone app and accessory will release a burst of fragrance, ranging from curry to lemon to alert smartphone users.
Does your phone give you motion sickness? It's not just you.
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LG to release smartphone with curved screen and battery to compete with Samsung's Round
Starbucks now lets Twitter users buy a coffee drink for a friend by including @tweetacoffee in the 140 character message.
Most children want their own smartphones and if they get one, parents better be prepared.