Users Worry Over Privacy After Using Russian-Owned FaceAppThe app uses neural networks -- a type of artificial intelligence -- to edit the photos.
New Program With Pratt Libraries Brings Books, Tech Into Baltimore LaundromatsHipp Laundromat is one of four locations across the city that the initiative is investing in. 
Quest Diagnostics Says Nearly 12 Million Patients’ Records May Have Been BreachedOne of the biggest blood testing providers in the country is warning nearly 12 million customers their personal data may have been breached
Target Recalls 90K USB Charging Cables Due To Potential Fire HazardTarget has issued a recall for 90,000 lightning USB charging cables because they may be fire hazards.
As Space X Launches, Two NASA Astronauts Train To Fly The Dragon For RealTwo NASA astronauts are training to fly the dragon for real, and put the U.S. back in the business of manned space flight.
Gov. Hogan's Bill To Increase Tech Education Killed In The Senate CommitteeThe bill was voted down 6-4 along party lines in the Education, Health and Environmental Affairs Committee.
Facebook Adds Delete Button For MessengerIn order to delete a message from a single or group chat, just tap on the message you want to remove and press "Delete for everyone,".
Leaving Facebook Makes People Happier But Less Informed, Study SaysLeaving Facebook may be good for your emotional well being, but you could be less informed about current events.
New Software Aims To Eliminate Netflix Password SharingYou may be guilty of this — sharing your video streaming accounts like Netflix to friends and family — but you may not be able to do it much longer.
People Over 65 Share Fake News Stories On Facebook More Than Any Other Age Group, Study SaysOn average, those Facebook users shared nearly seven times as many articles from fake news domains as the youngest age group, according to a study published Wednesday in Science Advances, a peer-reviewed journal.
Detecting Depression: Phone Apps Could Monitor Teen AngstRising suicide rates and depression in U.S. teens and young adults have prompted researchers to ask a provocative question: Could the same devices that some people blame for contributing to tech-age angst also be used to detect it?