Tumblr makes sharing sets of photos quite easily thanks to a new app available now through the App Store.
In the wake of Sandy, technology companies are going all out when it comes to relief efforts. From text-message donations to cooperation in providing services to customers, recovery is under way.
Residents in eight states and Washington, DC most affected by Hurricane Sandy will be able to log-in to Comcast’s Wi-Fi network for free through November 7.
Here's where to go to find up-to-the-minute information as Hurricane Sandy clobbers the United States.
Issues at an Amazon Web Service datacenter in Northern Virginia had webmasters at Reddit, Flipboard and Airbnb dealing with unhappy customers on Monday.
After months of delays, the tap-to-pay mobile payment system owned by AT&T, T-mobile, and Verizon Wireless goes live in Austin and Salt Lake City.
Megaupload may be dead, but its founder Kim Dotcom is about to launch a whole new file-sharing site with new protections for its users.
The popular search engine used to find torrents, or small information files that allow the downloading of content from the BitTorrent peer-to-peer system.
The popular check-in service opens up its local search offering to the public through its website.
Starbucks coffee shops will use Square's mobile payment system in its own app starting this fall, and is also updating its iOS app with location alerts.
A new Facebook feature lifts links from your private messages and adds anonymous "likes" to those sites without alerting you.
Customers of both carriers obviously have some reason to be concerned about how they will be affected.
Google appears to be working on a smart watch that operates much like its highly anticipated Android-powered eyeglasses.
T-Mobile and MetroPCS may tie the knot; the combination of the two could be a bad deal for many consumers.
App.net cuts prices to make it easier to join its premium social network.
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