A recent action made by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission shows the agency giving young children greater protection over the information that third parties may accumulate. The changes will go into effect July 1, 2013.
Google has restored Google Maps to the iPhone, filling the gap caused by Apple's removal of the app earlier this year.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently announced that some smartphone apps have been using Phone Numbers, location coordinates and other data on children without the parent or guardian’s knowledge.
Mobile banking has boomed over the last year, with usage growing by a whopping 50 percent in the US since 2011, according to a report by business consulting firm Bain & Company.
When one thinks of Apple and its products it is usually coupled with high praise for quality and consumer appeal, however lately the company has been facing some difficult times over two of its products: Siri and Maps. Of the two, Maps has been getting the most attention as evidenced with the Australian police issuing
Philips has teamed up with StarMaker to launch a wireless karaoke microphone and Bluetooth speaker that will work with the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
The largest social network in the world has made some improvements to it's quite popular Facebook Messenger app. There are some people that don't want a Facebook profile but still want to connect with friends that do. With the new Messenger app you will be allowed to use the app with simply your name and
CyanogenMod is a very well known team of custom ROM developers. They have have paved the way and almost pioneered custom ROMs. The Cyanogen ROM is just about the most used base for all modded ROMs. Now they are showing off that famous cyan colored beauty on a GS3. Once they have this down then more
If you grew up in the 1990s, you will remember the craze that was Tamagotchi, and those little digital lives are about to get new life thanks to a new line of products and a dedicated website from Bandai.
US coffee company Starbucks has started accepting payments made using the Square Wallet mobile app, paving the way for cashless enjoyment of a hot beverage in roughly 7,000 Starbucks outlets.
Apple's CEO Tim Cook has apologised over the disaster of its new Maps app in iOS 6, even going so far as to recommend that people use rival services like Google Maps instead.
Google has commented on the farcical state of Apple's new Maps app for the iPhone 5, stating that it is up to Apple if it wants to restore the Google Maps app for users.
Fast food empire McDonald's is hoping to bring its artery-clogging cuisine to the digital age with an app that lets customers order and pay for their meals online, powered by PayPal.
Microsoft is introducing a “try before you buy” feature for apps in its Windows 8 store, giving users a week to see if they really want to pay for the app.
If you are an industry insider, chances are you heard of Patrick P. Gelsinger. If you're a consumer, chances are you're reading this story through one of technologies which Pat brought to market. Yet with the market opening, Pat will be announced as the new CEO of VMware.
During the Farnborough International Airshow 2012, Qatar Airways demonstrated its latest airplane, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. However, for a technology site like VR-Zone we encountered something more interesting – the airplane entertainment system is powered by… Google Android.
In the past eight months, integration with cloud storage services is entering mainstream. First Sony Ericsson (now Sony Mobile) packed 50GB (a $99 value) with its Android phones, then Samsung, and now Western Digital is joining the frame… by not offering any free storage on Dropbox. Confused?
Samsung has launched the S Health “personal wellness” application for the Galaxy S III, hoping to help improve the health of its smartphone users.
One of the new features of iOS 6 revealed by Apple at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) this week is Passbook, an app that stores and intelligently displays tickets and passes, and one that shows particular promise.
Apple has announced the Apple Design Award winners at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in Moscone West, San Francisco.