To influence young minds, the Islamic State developed a game app in which the target of simulated terror attacks are western tourist destinations.
Justin Bieber creates a Twitter storm after he was seen leaving a holiday party in Los Angeles wearing a fur coat.
While a bill in South Carolina proposing the use of technology to block porn is laudable because it also aims to address the problem of human trafficking, the proposed legislation has too many loopholes, making the planned law almost toothless.
Holiday shoppers looking for a Christmas gift may consider giving to tech-savvy millennials and younger generation "Minecraft" on Apple TV, priced at $19.99.
Apple is looking into the addition of dual-SIM features in iPhones to be sold in China and India, based on patent filings, to reverse the weaker sales due to local competition.
Susie Klein, a stage IV lung cancer patient, waited until son Adam Klein, the winner of "Survivor 33," got home from Fiji, and then she died one hour after he arrived.
Everything is new for "The New Celebrity Apprentice" which premieres on Jan. 2, 2017, from host to board members and headquarters, including the catchphrase at the end of each episode.
Is the Apple Watch worth the $230 price tag? A reviewer thinks otherwise based on personal experience with the timepiece.
A reviewer of the new Apple AirPod says while the latest gadget from the Cupertino-based tech giant is predictable in many ways, it is good for taking calls and commends its use of sensors to conserve batteries.
A ripped Jason Momoa is the firstt teaser of what Aquaman would look like in the forthcoming "Justice League" movie.
Ronda Rousey may possibly face Holly Holm if the latter wins the first UFC Featherweight championship fight on Feb. 20 in New York.
Instead of fixing bugs, the newly released watchOS 3.1.1 update bricked some Apple Watches that the company have to hold the upgrade in the meantime.
Dancers come and go on "Dance Moms," but with the scheduled sentencing of Abby Lee on Jan. 20, 2017, it seems it would be the show's turn to say goodbye after the end of Season 7.
New movie project is the likely reason why Nina Dobrev would not return to "The Vampire Diaries" Season 8 to do a cameo appearance as Elena.
Horrible factory accident in Fedortsovo confectionary could affect the marketing of Russian chocolates.