The social network has struggled to prove its worth, but finally shows signs of success after the World Cup.
Singapore, New Zealand, and South Africa received Instagram's new messaging app before anyone else.
EA Access will allow you to play a handful of EA titles for $5 per month or $30 per year, including Madden and Battlefield 4.
Sharing economy start-ups are partnering with the White House to be ready for emergencies.
That's only 20 percent of Spotify's total, but it's still nothing to sneeze at.
The update is designed to give more relevant information to users who want to scope out potential business contacts.
NPR's new iPhone app and Web service, NPR One, lets you build your perfect public radio station from NPR programs and segments.
Reviewers can add 3- to 12-second videos of local businesses, for when photos alone won't do.
Execs have long used Uber to get to meetings or the airport, but now the car-hailing app is making it easier to expense those rides.
Amazon's Fire Phone is solid, but it needs a little more time and a lot more apps to be really great.
The virtual assistant can now recommend restaurants, bars and points of interest based on your location.
Not long before Microsoft is expected to release an update to the Xbox One loaded with 3D movie playback, Sony started its 3D playback push on Tuesday.
You'll no longer be able to send messages from Facebook's main mobile app
A lithium anode battery could mean less frequent recharging for electronics.
Amazon is preparing to do battle with Google for smartphone wallet app supremacy.
Automakers' own apps do things that Apple and Google can't, such as locking and unlocking the car. But are they worth the upcharge? We try two: Toyota's Entune, and Volkswagen's Car-Net.