Google's project to bring Chrome apps to mobile continues with new capabilities to give Chrome apps that native-like feel on mobile.
The next version of Android, due out before the end of 2014, will encrypt all devices by default.
BitTorrent's Bleep messaging app is now available for anyone to try.
Pretty soon Revolv users will be able to pause their connected stereo and dim the lights every time a call comes in on their smartphone. All thanks to IFTTT.
It appears a new Kindle Paperwhite is coming, according to Amazon's international sites.
A concerning XSS flaw discovered by a German security researcher appears to be fixed. Here's what happened.
Need to know a quick fact? On an Android device, you can now get the answer to some questions faster than it takes a Google search page to load.
The rumors turned out to be true. Minecraft is about to become a Microsoft property.
Chromebook users can now cast videos stored in Google Drive to their Chromecast--as long as they're running the dev version of Chrome OS, that is.
More than half a million new comments are on their way to the FCC, lobbying against the regulatory body's Open Internet guidelines.
The carriers are battling hard for your iPhone 6 purchase. Verizon just announced a new trade-in deal following aggressive announcements from Sprint and T-Mobile, and Sprint wants to be your iPhone pusher for life.
Another day, another Internet protest in the continuing cat and mouse game between supporters and detractors of net neutrality.
Ahead of Tuesday's iPhone 6 launch, both Sprint and T-Mobile are looking to lure you away from your current carrier with attractive device trade-in deals.
Netflix isn't going after YouTube, but the company is testing out short clips suited for watching on the go.
Spotify is all about audio, but soon ads on the streaming service won't be.