Keeping up with your social-media-savvy teen can be exhausting, but not impossible. Get up to date on Snapchat with this handy guide
Looking to trade in your iPhone 5, 5s or 5c? Here's exactly how much your handset will get you at Amazon, Gazelle, Walmart and others.
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Get this $99 phablet if you’re a MetroPCS user who loves a big display and lasting battery life, but won’t miss a high-quality camera.
The next piece of sixth-sense cyborg technology is here, and ready to be permanently attached to your skin.
Though it might look a little bizarre, this wearable helps you turn your smartphone into a first-person point-of-view camera.
With the emergence of fake Instagram accounts, or "Finstagrams," teens are taking charge of social media by creating anonymous online personas.
Get the Moto G4 if you want a big, bright screen and decent performance from a sub-$200 smartphone. But if you want a better camera, consider the slightly more expensive Moto G4 Plus.
Twitter is now allowing everyone to send in requests to be verified users. Here’s our guide to landing a profile with a little blue checkmark.
Get the Misfit Ray if you want a stylish fitness tracker, but also consider the Shine 2, which has a sleeker profile.
Get the Energy XL if you want an unlocked, big-screen Android phone that can last for hours on end, but it doesn't work with Verizon or Sprint.
Amazon Inspire, a free online marketplace for teaching materials, may help underfunded schools give kids a better education.
Starkey Hearing Technologies pairs with the Tunity app so users can scan and stream live TV audio directly to hearing aids.