A survey of more than 140,000 app users showed how mobile technology fits in people's sex lives, health and education.
In our smartphone saturated world, anxiety and depression are rife and the way we communicate with each other has become distant and diminished.
Apps aren't required to declare who they share data with—and when they do, it's often buried in long legal documents that a typical customer won't read, much less understand.
As U.S. Republicans restrict women's access to contraception, we must fight to get them other alternatives.
Seventy-two new emojis are being added to Apple's next software update.
Samsung's faulty batteries could hold the key to safety after all.
While HIV infection rates are falling globally, in Asia and the Pacific region infections among 10-19 year-olds have increased.
The Android platform is a key element in Google's strategy to maintain revenue from online advertising.
The multitasking music machine takes one back in time to when dynamics, tone-color and stereo imagery were more important than portability and streaming.
Real cameras win in quality, but smartphones + external lenses may make sense for some.