AT&T has begun taking orders in 15 metro areas across the U.S. for its Digital Life home automation and security product.
Samsung's Knox software is expected to give the company's Galaxy phones a seriously business-friendly boost, but it may be facing delays.
The clean minimalist Outlook.com will soon start displaying advertisements alongside your inbox and emails.
Now, diehard gamers have even less reason to put down the Dew and pry themselves up from the couch, thanks to Pizza Hut's new delivery app for the Xbox 360
Google's charity arm is making it easy to donate daily to worthy causes through a new Android app called One Today.
Dozens of tweaks and improvements are on the way for the new smartphone in the BlackBerry 10.1 OS update, which is now available for developer testing.
Kobo is billing its latest offering as a "premium e-reader." We take this reading tablet to the tape to see how it stacks up against the Kindle Paperwhite and Nook with GlowLight.
Microsoft has updated more members of its Windows 8 apps, notably enhancing Bing News with an RSS feeder to take advantage of Google's abandonment of its Reader.
Researchers at the AV-Test security institute found that Google is better at screening out sites containing malware in its search results.
LG is the first manufacturer to add that functionality to its televisions, making the feature available for its 2013 line of smart TVs in the U.S., Canada and U.K. Five other countries will get the feature this month.
Microsoft just pushed the third Surface RT update in as many months aiming to correct a limited Wi-Fi connectivity problem. Fingers crossed!
The app store business is booming, but if BlackBerry and Microsoft continue their trend of paying for meh-level apps, they'll run smack-dab into the quality headaches Apple and Google grapple with now.
A trial that gives users the option to pay to message strangers has been pushed to 10 percent of all British users, complete with direct access to celebrity inboxes.