Building on Dragon Mobile Assistant's wake-up phrase, the Android app can now open your phone at the sound of (only) your voice.
Google makes developers responsible for keeping scammy stuff like simulated system alerts and sudden redirects out of their apps. The company also sets curbs on pornography.
Texas-based TrackingPoint is now accepting Bitcoin for weapons purchases. It's not the first time you could buy guns with Bitcoin, but it might be the first time you could do it legally.
You may have forgotten about, but Amazon does automated photo backups too. The online retailer just updated their app with a UI overhaul.
Just like its predecessor, the new HTC One (M8) received a terrible repairability score from iFixit.
Tumblr joins a large number of online services that are making it harder for hackers to break into your account thanks to two-factor authentication.
A new Android app borrows Facebook's Chat Heads idea and puts it to good use to save you time.
Sony's PlayStation Network is getting into original programming with a TV adaptation of the comic book series Powers.
The Google Search app for Android now lets you open your camera in still image or video mode with your voice.
The battle for fooling your eyeballs continues.
After a brief attempt at video game trade-ins four years ago, Walmart is getting back in the game.
Popcorn Time, the "Netflix for pirates," is back after the original team gave up on the project, presumably due to legal pressures.
Users can now make it harder or easier to get past the password requirement for in-app purchases on Android.
The PC geek's beloved video player, VLC, has finally landed on the modern side of Windows 8.
Less than 24 hours after debuting on Kickstarter, the Pono is fully funded with another month of its campaign left to go.