If you’re a member of an older generation, learning even the most basic tech skills can be daunting. So Tom Kamber has created a popular program to teach New York City seniors everything from how to use Gmail to iPads. NBC’s Jenna Wolfe reports.
Newt Gingrich's inexplicable attempt to come up with a name for the phone that takes pictures and surfs the net and uses GPS (you know, the smartphone); an amazing local news piece about yellow light times being reduced so that the Florida state and local government collects more money on red light
Experts are finding new ways to study hacking threats by "containing" the computer virus, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.
Robel Phillipos, one of the men charged with lying to investigators after the Boston bombing, is out on house arrest while awaiting trial. NBC News Terrorism Analyst Evan Kohlmann discusses Phillipos’ situation with the Cycle crew.
As NBC News Chief Justice Correspondent Michael Isikoff reports, coroners listed multiple gunshot wounds and blunt force trauma the head and torso as the cause of death listed on Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s death certiciate. Meanwhile, Homeland Security officials are under fire for allowing one of Dzohhtar
John and Dylan Todd, brothers of Shane Todd, arrive with private computer forensic expert hired by the family, Ashraf Massoud , at the Subordinate Courts in Singapore May 22, 2013. The parents of Shane Todd, a U.S. engineer found dead in Singapore last year, said on Wednesday they will not take par
Ashraf Massoud, a private computer forensic investigator hired by the Todd family, speaks to Reuters during an interview at their temporary place of residence in Singapore May 22, 2013. The parents of Shane Todd, a U.S. engineer found dead in Singapore last year, said on Wednesday they will not take
Dissident Chinese artist Ai Weiwei looks at his computer in his studio in Beijing May 22, 2013. Ai made his first foray into the musical world on Wednesday with the release of the top single from his debut album, a song called "Dumbass" that takes inspiration from his detention in 2011. The video fo
Intel Chief Operating Officer Brian Krzanich poses with a Front Opening Unified Pod, a transport unit for computer chip wafers, with each FOUP containing between 8,000 and 10,000 individual chips, at Intel headquarters in Santa Clara, California in this March 13, 2012 file photo. Krzanich, now Intel