Tech industry group calls Obama's NSA speech 'thoughtful, but insufficient'
For the first time, "password" has been unseated from the top of the annual compilation of worst Internet passwords, but the compilation of the the Worst Passwords of 2013 shows many people still make things easy for crooks.
Anyone who has ever had a song stuck in his head has experienced an earworm. What are your most invasive earworms?
As the debate continues over whether a driver should wear Google Glass behind the wheel, a new app for the wearable computer helps keep drowsy drivers awake.
A D.C.-based start-up has launched the first global wireless registry, letting people and businesses own their unique WiFi SSIDs. It paves the way for mobile proximity services.
Controversial rock star Courtney Love's defense against an allegedly defamatory tweet is the first time a Twitter libel case has gone to trial in the U.S. It could answer questions of how defamation law applies to social media.
The White House is inviting any social media user to join an online "panel discussion" after the Jan. 28 State of the Union Address.
With the growing importance of social media in business and personal communication, video is a key way of getting a message across. Professional video production can be very expensive. A local image strategist offers tips on how to do great video on a smartphone.
Parents need to put their foot down when it comes to electronics in the bedroom.
App Watch: What type of tree is this? Should I drink this? Ask your social circle with Jelly
General Assembly approves resolution aimed at protecting privacy against unlawful surveillance
It's now possible for Google Glass wearers to take a picture by simply winking.
It seemed like a Beatles mystery - the 1963 bootleg recordings that appeared, then seemingly disappeared from iTunes.
D.C.'s search trends of 2013.
Facebook Inc. has unveiled a new feature that lets people contribute directly to a nonprofit through a donate button.
Montgomery's County schools superintendent, Joshua Starr, says students sent him racist, crass tweets -- some that threatened his family -- in an attempt to convince him to close schools during bad weather last week.
The Washington Business Journal takes a look at what stories did well across three popular networks: Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
Facebook knows what you typed, even if you didn't actually post it.
Hundreds of mobile app developers, designers, marketers and managers are striving to become the next big thing, during MoDevEast, which runs through Friday in Tysons Corner.
Twitter, the popular microblogging site, has released an update which focuses on facilitating private messages, instead of the public tweets that made it a social media giant.
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