Google ready to take action against apps that violate safety policies
A University of California study finds that 57 percent of popular Android apps may be illegally tracking children.
FTC investigating Facebook's privacy practices
Officials want the social network to update users with easier ways to control accounts.
Walmart to transition toward smart shopping
The retail giant filed patents ranging from drone shopping assistants to smart shopping carts.
Smart devices like Apple watch can detect diabetes: Study
Medical data company Cardiogram claims that the Apple watch, and other smart devices like Fitbit, could be used to track signs of diabetes and other diseases.
Tips for parents to monitor kids' YouTube settings, online viewing
In light of YouTube star Logan Paul's posting a video of an apparent suicide victim online, tech expert Stephanie Humphrey shares tips for parents on how to set parental controls.
Snowden helps design app for computer hijackings
The NSA whistle-blower is involved in the design of Haven, which turns Android phones into surveillance systems.
The biggest obsessions of 2017
ABC News' Lara Spencer looks back on some of the biggest trends that defined the past year, including the megapopularity of fidget spinners.
Which voice assistant is best for you?
ABC News' Becky Worley tries out the Amazon Alexa and Google Home to see how the home assistants compare.
Blaine Harden: 'The population of North Korea is captive'
Author Blaine Harden has extensively studied the history of U.S.-North Korea relations.
How to protect yourself from downloading fake apps
A cybersecurity expert is warning smartphone users to be cautious of downloading fake apps that can potentially give hackers unfettered access to the personal information on your phone.