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The cost is $9,000 to join and $3,000 annually thereafter. Members get a site that promises to never sell their data and to remain ad-free.
AT&T has agreed to pay $105 million in the largest "cramming" settlement in history, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced on Wednesday.
Taxi drivers protesting app-based car services are blocking traffic in downtown D.C. Wednesday afternoon.
Researchers say software used for reading e-books and checking them out from libraries transmitted unencrypted data on what users are reading.
Apple sent out invitations to an Oct. 16 event in Cupertino where many have speculated that the company will unveil new iPads.
Recipe-box services like Blue Apron ship to customers doorsteps not only detailed recipes, but all of the ingredients needed to make them.
Facebook's Josh Miller addressed rumors that he was building an anonymous app like Secret.
A new app alerts campus police if University of Arkansas, Little Rock students don't arrive at their planned destination on time, then uses GPS to track their whereabouts. KARK's Melissa Schroeder reports.
For years Larry Hester lived in darkness, his sight stolen by a disease that destroyed the photoreceptor cells in his retinas.
Square has announced a new feature that will let users to order their coffee whenever and wherever they want.
Federal officials say drones are safer and cheaper than sending manned aircraft up to look for fires after thunderstorms and lightning strikes.
Nearly half of Americans have cut back on spending, including for travel, food and health care, in order to afford their technology.
The PSEG foundation and Sesame Workshop have launched apps aimed at making kids comfortable in frightening emergency situations.
Twitter sued the U.S. government on Tuesday, seeking the ability to release a full report on government surveillance requests.
Toshiba unveiled a robot capable of sign language Tuesday at Japan's massive CEATEC consumer electronics show.
Users of the new iPhone 6 are saying their hair is getting caught in between the screen and aluminum back. Carson Daly reports from the Orange Room.
"No one should have to suffer the hurt and humiliation of 'revenge pornography,'" an official with the U.K.'s Crown Prosecution Service said.
Wireless carriers are finding a new way to attract customers with Wi-Fi calling. NBC News' Mark Barger and Julianne Pepitone report.