New subscribers will pay $1 more per month, and cheaper annual subscriptions are going away.
$15 USB charger works with Nexus phones and tablets, and probably many other Android devices.
The search giant and the media titan totally get along now.
Google looks beyond Android to make its gaming services more popular.
Instead of using Ultraviolet, backers can buy though iTunes or Amazon and get a full rebate.
Selling consoles like smartphones was a failed experiment.
Ultrasonic cover and document-scanning stand help users navigate the physical world.
Higher fuel and transportation costs to blame, says Amazon.
Streaming radio will rely on other recommendation sources instead.
Subscription-based microconsole will try offering its services to cable companies.
Sprint chairman promises to join in if the company can gobble up T-Mobile.
The direct connection deal between the streaming video service and the nation's largest Internet provider already produced a slight bump in average speeds.
Kickstarter pre-orders will get a discount starting March 12.
Open API helps Beats keep up with its many streaming music rivals.
Digital comic service says usernames, e-mails and passwords were stolen.