5 Apps For Kids That Prove Santa Is RealIt's almost Christmas and with a little help from technology you can take your Santa experience to the next level. Several companies are on a mission to spread holiday cheer through free holiday apps.
December 11 Is National App DayToday is National App Day, a day to celebrate the applications or "apps" we use on our smart phones that many of us simply can't live without. 
Pinterest Announces The Top 100 Trends To Try For 2019Below is a peek at some of the trends we can expect to see everyone trying in 2019, according to Pinterest's global data.
Study: Your Smartphone Apps Are Tracking Your Every MoveSeveral scholars at U.S. universities have written for The Conversation about how these technologies work, and the privacy problems they raise.
Make America Date Again: Right Wing Dating App LaunchesIn this hyper partisan era, dating can be a real minefield — especially if you are looking for the perfect mate who just wants to make America great again.
Dimming The Sun: The Answer To Global Warming? Scientists are proposing an ingenious but as-yet-unproven way to tackle climate change: spraying sun-dimming chemicals into the Earth's atmosphere.
The Most Downloaded iOS Apps Of 2018On Tuesday, Apple unveiled its list of the most downloaded iPhone apps of 2018. Topping the list is YouTube, followed by Instagram, Snapchat, Messenger and Facebook, respectively.
Tumblr Will Ban All Adult-Content Starting December 17th Tumblr says it is banning images and videos that feature "adult content," including pornography, from its platform. The change, which will start December 17, threatens to alienate some of the blogging website's most active communities.
Chinese Scientist Claims First Gene-Edited Babies, Sparks Worldwide OutrageA Chinese hospital has denied involvement in the alleged delivery of the world's first genetically edited babies, and experts worldwide have voiced outrage at such use of the technology.
Instagram Cracks Down On Fake Likes, Follows And CommentsInstagram is the latest social media platform to crack down on fake likes and comments.
Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat Linked To Depression, Finds UPenn StudyA new study has found spending too much time on social media sites can make you depressed.