Facebook manipulated 700,000 news feeds in a "scientific" study to gauge emotional response. Was it right? No. David Michaelis digs in.
Aereo has been judged its in violation of copyright law by the Supreme Court. But the demand for local TV via the Internet is stronger than ever. A Larry Press analysis.
Numbers don't lie, people do. See how eight 8's can add up to 1,000, and check out more number games from cartoonist Tom Sloan.
Have you taken your daily selfie? Ant Pruitt and the Smartphone Photographers Community discuss creative selfies and take a a few themselves.
Your mobile device has a built-in photo editor, but if you want a more-powerful photo editing tool at your fingertips try the Snapseed app.
Ted Rall knows a secret. The same secret the CIA asked 6000-plus reporters not to reveal after an email slip. Witness the scary state of U.S. journalism.
Chromebooks are on their way to becoming even-more popular with some of the new functionality announced at Google I/O. Ant Pruitt comments.
Is facial recognition the ultimate password? Facebook doesn't think so. But banks and tech firms think its safe. See the debate here.
The Jukebox Muse is a book critic raised on a healthy diet of YA fiction and fantasy. She writes about and shares her latest literary and musical discoveries. Meet Andrea Lim.
The five funniest YouTube videos this week, according our whizkid and manga artist, Alex Kwong. Get your Herp de Derp on ...
Google covers a lot of product announcements, but leaves out one product all together. Here's a quick wrap up of Google IO.
It's time for Google IO! What would you like to see announced at the conference? Ant Pruitt shares what he'd like to see.
RoboTar's robotic-guitar hand may usher in a new, robotic-guitar future. If not, at least it is an astounding learning and practice aid. See it here.
PlayDrone, a webcrawler, has found Google Play app security flaws. See the evidence and engineers behind PlayDrone here. Brant David reviews.
What apps do you use to make your smartphone photographs more fun and vibrant? Ant Pruitt reviews an app that can make your photographs look like oil paintings.
Looking for new and interesting content shouldn't always be based on what your Facebook friends share. You should control how you discover new content on the web. Flipora is one service that brings new content to you based on your interest, not your friends'.
In an excerpt from his upcoming book blending magical realism and retro TV, Tom Ewing dreams of Jeannie. Here's what everyone's favorite 1960s sitcom genie has to say at her 4000th birthday party. And she is so totally done with Tony and every other astronaut. Sorry, NASA : ) We still love ya, though ...
Colleges and universities are doing a poor job of training students for entry level jobs -- companies may (re)assume that role. Larry Press comments.
Lighting can make or break your money shot. Too much light can negatively affect your photograph. Here's a video tip on battling too much light from Ant Pruitt.