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With just over a week until Halloween, here's a how-to on putting together a tech-related costume: a broken iPhone.
The world's largest association of digital journalists are working on new ways to transform the news industry, at the Online News Association annual conference in Atlanta.
A Twitter chat is a real-time, informal conversation between people interested in a topic. It can be difficult to understand how to be part of a Twitter chat, so here are a few basics.
A new study shows 84 percent of smartphone owners use at least one app first thing in the morning. Tasks accomplished before leaving in the house range from checking the weather to checking-in on dating sites.
Twitter is changing one of the ways users communicate. In the past two users had to follow each other before sending a direct message - now you can get a DM from any follower.
One of the reasons people share photos on Snapchat is because they know they disappear after viewing for 10 seconds or less -- a new app lets the recipient permanently save the Snapchats, without the sender's knowledge.
Apple is seeking a patent for technology to flip a falling phone in midair or use built-in jets to cushion its landing.
A new iOS app that mimics handwriting offers a solution if you hate the tedium of writing thank-you cards, but it comes with an embarrassing glitch.
Participants in 4-H National Youth Science Day have hands-on experience in one of the fastest growing occupational fields in the country - spatial technologies, including GIS and GPS mapping.
Online shopping is getting more immediate almost every day. MasterCard a deal to help online readers instantly buy items they see and like.