Forbes says that Microsoft will introduce its own smartwatch "within weeks."
Hey—a company's gotta make money somehow.
Once an arduous task, taking a screenshot is a snap—no pun intended—on modern Android phones.
A third-party web app for Snapchat saved snapped photos to its server, allowing hackers to get at them.
The movie streaming service, a joint venture between Verizon and Redbox, will go dark on October 7th.
Android gives you lots of flexibility for controlling the emergency alerts you receive, though the settings are tucked away.
Stand out from the crowd. Change your notification sound.
New malware will attempt to sell items stored in your Steam account so an attacker can reap the proceeds and buy items for themselves.
California makes it illegal for businesses to fine or otherwise discourage customers from leaving negative reviews on sites like Yelp.
Fossil combines its design prowress with Intel's technical acumen to develop future wearable devices.
An iCloud flaw reportedly made it easier to crack users' passwords, allowing a hacker to access photos of celebrities and post them online.
A new summary page provides a clear, concise overview of why Apple rejects apps from the App Store.
Contrary to Internet rumors, Facebook says that its Messenger app isn't really spying on you.
LG's round smartwatch will reportedly debut at next week's IFA show in Berlin.
Microsoft researchers develop a technology that can mask up to 250 milliseconds of network latency when playing cloud-based games.
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