Mozilla Firefox users are being urged to update their browser software after the company released security updates addressing a bug, which the Department of Homeland Security says could allow attackers to take control of the user's system.
Although it’s hard to tell if the singer is serious about fleeing the U.S. for fear of an attack by Iran, a Nigerian government official responded to the tweet, noting that she is welcome in the country.
Over 3,000 Ring camera users reportedly had their personal information leaked online.
Customers reported being unable to make calls or getting a message stating “all circuits are busy.”
Emma Husk from A College Students Perspective gives Good Day Charlotte's Page Fehling and Jason Harper advice on how to get their children to unplug from social media.
Lawmakers say the measure would still allow important calls from unfamiliar numbers – from a doctor or pharmacist, for example – to still come through and not get blocked by mistake.
More than half of consumers are shopping online for their holiday gifts, according to a new report.
An Atlanta sixth grader turned his struggle with bullies into a patented invention to help other students.
"These light bulbs will burn your house down," he wrote.
So far, the problems have only been going on for a few hours.
In a viral photo, a father is shown having one last beer with his sons hours before he died of cancer.
Netflix's customer service hotline and website acknowledged the outage, saying it was affecting stream on all devices.
The three African-American women whose stories were shared in the 2016 movie “Hidden Figures” will be awarded Congressional Gold Medals.
Pediatrician Dr. Ana-Maria Temple tells us about digital dementia, a diagnosis caused by the overuse of digital technology.
The digital reality that we live in today is that screens are everywhere. From shows to games and social media apps children and teens find a way to get their hands on screens.
Michigan middle school students surprised their classmates as an early Halloween gift with a flash-mob dance to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.”
The City of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County announced on Thursday that Stratifyd, a technology start-up founded in Charlotte in 2015, will expand its presence by adding at least 200 jobs to its current workforce.
Owners of old iPhones and iPads must update their software by Sunday at 12 a.m. or they will not be able to connect to the internet.
Microsoft is adding 430 new jobs to Charlotte with an investment of close to $24 million.
Facebook, a massive and lucrative platform built on constant engagement, is now going to start hiding likes.