Do we really need to spell this out for you? OK, gather around. We'll make this short.
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Some iOS users found a malicious library of unknown origin on their jailbroken devices
LG is getting ready to enter the increasingly competitive smartwatch market
In some countries like the U.S. and Australia, Apple is offering to recycle some third-party products for free as well
The Soul has a capacitive touchscreen just like a smartphone’s, so it’s responsive, not herky-jerky and hesitant, as with so many other cars. Imagine that.
iPhone users can soon have notifications for texts appear in their Glass displays.
AT&T's plan to bring its 1Gbps fiber-optic service to new cities includes some of the metropolitan areas where Google Fiber is already deployed.
The company's rosy first-quarter results included a record $1 billion in revenue, but not all the news is good: get ready to pay a little more for your streaming fix.
You'll no longer have to switch between individual instant messages and text messages.
A new feature in MetroMile may save you from street cleaning tickets in San Francisco or Chicago, but the system's lag means you shouldn't cut it too close.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday in the copyright infringement case against the streaming TV service
It's just another one of the many apps making it easier to impulsively buy food with just a user account.
Three new content partners have appeared on the Apple TV this week, bringing the total number of available channels to well over 40.
Google is giving Android users who bought the Virus Shield app a refund and extra credit.