Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden says the NSA is "setting fire to the future of the Internet" with surveillance practices he first revealed last year.
A link to a viral video of dancing babies, followed by a breaking news alert, followed by a photo of someone's lunch makes Twitter seem random. A University of Georgia researcher says it's completely predictable.
Do you love your phone? It's probably an Apple or a Samsung. Planning to pitch it? Goodbye, Blackberry and Sony Ericsson. The numbers come from a survey conducted by an app company.
As one of the handful of tech companies whose every move is scrutinized closely by pundits and consumers alike, there had been a lot of speculation about what Samsung's Galaxy S5 smartphone might look like and do.
Reports suggest that hackers set off 60,000 security alerts as they stole Neiman Marcus customers' credit card numbers.
Netflix said Sunday it has agreed to a new deal with Comcast to ensure that its movies and TV shows stream more quickly for the Internet provider's customers.
The mobile messaging app went down for several hours Saturday afternoon.
The new social media app Yik Yak is running afoul of school leaders in Roswell and other districts around the nation. They're afraid the app could be used for cyberbullying.
Google unveiled big expansion plans for its fast Fiber Internet service on Wednesday, and the high-speed internet and video service may come to parts of metro Atlanta.
The Choose ATL video gained traction on social media. The group called it "a love letter to the city of Atlanta". Now, that love letter has a co-sponsor.
What do your music choices say about you? If you listen to country music, are you a republican? Love R&B, does that mean you're a democrat? Pandora says yes, and they're making plans to cash in on the idea.
Talking Angela has been searched more than 50,000 times on Google in 48 hours. If you don't have kids, maybe you've never heard of the app, but it is huge.
The developer of mobile title Flappy Bird says he's removing his game from Apple's App Store and Google Play, one week after the title's sudden surge in popularity.
Donna Lowry is the state of Georgia's only full time Education Reporter. She created both the CLASSNOTES and award-winning CLASS ACT segments that are regular features on 11Alive News.
Attorneys for the family of a teenager shot and killed as an officer was trying to serve a warrant are questioning what really happened and whether there is evidence that was never collected.
Spring is a great way to freshen up after being covered up and cold all winter long.
Four sleepy teenagers are now napping at the Gwinnett County jail, charged with breaking into cars in the town of Dacula.
What would you do if your child all of a sudden stopped breathing? It's a frightening scenario that one Marietta mother found herself in just last week.
A judge will hear pre-trial motions by the defense for accused murderer Stephen McDaniel in a Bibb County courtroom on Monday.
The Music Bullet MAX speaker promises to amplify an iPhone's sound. A young music lover puts it to the test.
District Attorney David Cooke says he will not seek the death penalty against a man accused of dismembering a law school student.
'Dumb and Dumber To' (yes, that's how it's spelled) starts shooting in Atlanta's Cabbagetown neighborhood on Tuesday.
The Weather Channel's Mike Bettes, newly married to 11Alive's Allison Chinchar, survived his vehicle being picked up and thrown hundreds of yards.
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