A new study by the Pew Internet & American Life Project finds there’s no difference in Internet usage between whites and African Americans at the same income level, although college education appears to reduce the gap for people under 50.
The editors at PCWorld and TechHive look at the top 10 products at this year’s CES tech show.
New products featuring advances in authentication at CES may make data more secure and lead the way to ending the use of passwords.
Health and fitness is a top category at this year’s CES show in Las Vegas, providing new gadgets that promise all kinds of health improvements.
Ads suggest that wearable tech will be used everywhere. But many people will have their first encounter with wearable computers in the workplace.
As China tightens Bitcoin regulation, two other big exchanges have found a way to bypass payment processors by letting users wire money directly into exchange bank accounts.
A security firm says malicious ads served to Yahoo users were designed to turn their computers into a Bitcoin mining operation.
New study finds that gamers who play for hours are likely to experience “altered visual perceptions” similar to hallucinations.
Jelly is Twitter co-founder Biz Stone’s latest project – a new social network that aims to outsource your questions to your friends and your friend’s friends.
Intel and partners are planning PCs that run both Android and Windows 8.1 operating systems, while AMD and its partner BlueStacks want to allow users to run Android on Windows.