If social media was a person, you'd probably avoid them.
Keeping a gun in your home is supposed to keep you safe. Matthew Miller's research suggests that the opposite is true.
Businesses of the past operated like a rookie playing darts, throwing something and hoping it sticks.
Through studying groups on the website Reddit, researchers at The University of Alabama found as online groups grow and age, discussion concentrates among fewer contributors and retention of new contributors becomes harder.
Sixty-seven percent of smartphone users rely on Google Maps to help them get to where they are going quickly and efficiently.
The head of Australia's competition watchdog warned Monday that tough new regulation of tech giants like Google and Facebook was needed to protect the future of independent journalism.
A lawyer denied Sunday allegations by Jeff Bezos that the National Enquirer tabloid had tried to extort and blackmail him, insisting that embarrassing photographs were obtained from a "reliable" source.
Instagram has announced a clampdown on images of self-injury after a British teen who went online to read about suicide took her own life.