Google+ may never be a Facebook killer, but great features are making it an increasingly comfortable place to hangout.
One phone call from Apple to the company that helped distribute an unofficial Nintendo emulator app, and it’s all over.
A waaaay unofficial app plays unlicensed games without jailbreaking by cleverly exploiting a hole in Apple’s walled garden.
The video service’s TV-network owners have decided not to sell, and are investing $750 million in the company instead.
The privacy-touting communication platform has allegedly circumvented its privacy features for the NSA since 2011.
The “moment sharing” app finally allows users to embed their photos and videos across the Web.
After waiting a year, I gave up on Pebble, a company more interested in pushing units than paying back its Kickstarter supporters.
In the wake of the NSA scandal, StopWatching.Us and Restore The Fourth are urging people to hit the streets on America’s birthday.
Symantec’s Norton Mobile Security found that Facebook’s Android app has been logging user phone numbers and storing them on Facebook servers.
Israeli startup Wibbitz offers a new take on the news with an app that converts text to robo-narrated article summaries. Set to pretty video, of course.
As Instagram moves beyond the still image, it’s vital to remember how it changed the art of the moment forever.
Let Microsoft and Sony play the next-generation console battle. You have bad guys to frag.
Part two of a first-person experiment: Two weeks with the Fitbit Flex exposes the power, and the limits, of wearable fitness tracking devices.
Confused over how to downgrade your iPhone back to iOS 6? Follow these simple steps to purge Apple’s newest beta operating system.
We’re dying to share every moment. We should be living instead.
The American Civil Liberties Union, arguing that PRISM violates its First and Fourth Amendment rights, is suing the Obama Administration.
Most people try to avoid the headaches induced by Microsoft’s spreadsheet-making software. This Japanese man creates magnificent art with it.
With $rev, Box app developers can make money even on free apps.
Boxer, the latest iPhone app trying to make mobile email more useful, offers a laundry list of helpful features.
The autonomous vehicle industry has been given its first federal blessing Friday morning, but it still leaves an important question hanging in the air: are driverless cars fully legal or not?