From writing basic HTML to building complex logic into mobile applications, the ability to smartly craft lines of code continues to be one of the most in-demand, high-paying skill sets a person can have.
Today, WikiLeaks released its biggest trove of classified information yet, but it’s all about events in the past. Is WikiLeaks still relevant?
Apple’s iMessage protocol is so well-encrypted that even the Drug Enforcement Agency can’t crack it. It’s a rare privacy win for the company.
Five months ago, Tim Ferriss launched a bold experiment in book publishing. So, how’s it going?
It’s a good start, but California’s Right To Know Act is really just the beginning of what’s needed to protect digital privacy.
Vine just got its first DMCA copyright takedown notices for hosting six-second clips of Prince songs. This is crazy.
Baseball season is here, but not all of us have traditional TV setups. Here’s your guide to catching the next big game online.
Justin Timberlake’s new album is the most heavily pre-ordered one in iTunes history. And that was after a week of free streaming. What does this mean for digital music’s complicated future?
They can sue all they want, but broadcasters may wind up losing their case against the disruptive Internet TV service Aereo. If they really want to defeat the service, it’s time to put some of that energy into innovating.
Wearable computers like Google Glass and Apple’s rumored iWatch will have all kinds of cool and useful use cases. But are our brains – and our lives – ready?
Apple’s new Podcasts app is a huge improvement over its earlier, lackluster self. It’s still got a ways to go, though, and I’m still not switching.
Despite growing competition, Apple was just ranked #1 in smartphone customer satisfaction by J.D. Power and Associates for the ninth time. And that’s still a big deal.
Amazon and Google are both in talks to launch music subscription services, opening yet another front in their increasingly testy rivalry.
Amazon’s Instapaper-style “Send to Kindle” feature isn’t anything new. But it’s still a pretty smart move for turning more readers into potential Amazon customers.
The smart home of the future will bring untold conveniences and advantages. It will also raise major questions about digital privacy.
The shutdown of Google Reader has sparked outrage among a passionate minority. Here’s why we’re so upset.
Netflix’s Facebook integration is finally here. Do we really need more frictionless sharing?
Spotify now has 6 million paying subscribers, and added its most recent million since December But as the music streaming space heats up, the company will face some enormous challenges, both in the short term and down the road.
After a historic launch and years of grand slam updates to its hardware and software, the iPhone now appears more vulnerable than ever. To retains its luster, Apple needs to make iOS 7 its boldest update yet.