According to CTIA's Annual Wireless Industry Survey, 7 in 10 Americans now owns a smartphone, and between 2014 and 2015, our collective data use more than doubled.
Park My Truck, a new app being launched by an array of trucking groups, hopes to address a major problem for the industry: finding open spaces to park semi trucks.
Soon, people will no longer have to download apps for single-use services through Android. Plus: How a sports team won over a brand-new celebrity fan.
Eyeing a plan to bring virtual reality to the masses and drive its potential for social change, the Facebook-owned virtual reality headset maker Oculus is launching a new program to bring both students and nonprofits to the VR fold.
Photos and links may soon no longer count toward your 140-character limit on tweets. Plus: How to find the perfect place to host your event.
And that's not necessarily a bad thing. Facebook's recent controversy involving its trending topics is yet another sign that brands aren't in the driver's seat on social networks. Who is? Well, for starters, the members who make up your organization.
Rather than taking on ad blocking by using aggressive strategies, the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers suggests a lighter touch.
As part of its latest strategy to limit the spread of online piracy, the Motion Picture Association of America is forging ties with companies that potential pirates might use to host or manage their websites—including those that sell domains.
Instagram’s new logo got an instant reaction. Plus: Google launches a new mobile keyboard for iPhone users.
A new update to the chat platform takes cues from Facebook and Google to make logins to office apps a little easier. Plus: Amazon launches a new video platform for professionals.