Some insurance companies offer rewards for staying active, measuring your steps with a fitness tracker. Two New York artists reveal how to game the system.
Sprint and Verizon were fined by the FCC Tuesday over a practice called "cramming." If you think you were overcharged, it's a good time to submit your claim.
When Huffington sold her company to AOL, she took mostly cash, not stock. Given that AOL just sold for $4.4B, she may have left millions on the table.
A new update to Duet Display allows you to plug your iPad into your Windows computer through a USB cord and use it as extra screen space.
A bot which posted automated musings to Twitter was suspended over the weekend, prompting a social media campaign.
But don't run out and convert your savings into cryptocurrency. The exchange is more interested in bitcoin's underlying ledger.
Prince Is Playing A Freddie Gray Benefit Show In Baltimore And Jay Z's Tidal Is Streaming It For Free
Here's how Tidal will differentiate itself from Spotify: It will stream live concerts that its competitors don't have, like Prince's upcoming Baltimore benefit show.
AOL's most recent earnings show it's fast-growing advertising technology division helped overcome a loss of subscribers and a decrease in visitors to its online properties.
Fitness tracker maker Fitbit filed for an IPO with the SEC on Thursday, boasting surprising profits and device sales.
A court ruling against bulk collection of phone records casts a shadow over whether Congress will renew the program, set to expire June 1.
Dermatologists say it's not a problem with the Apple Watch; it's just what happens when millions of people wear the same product.
Tablet sales continue to plummet across the board as phones get bigger and tablet users age.
No shipment date is available yet, but Facebook's long-awaited VR headset, the Rift, has a firm release window.
Home Depot customers can't use Apple Pay now that the company has turned off NFC to upgrade its systems. Will it be back?