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Vimeo has rebuilt its video player using HTML5.
If you've got email overload (and who doesn't?) this Gmail trick provides a tickler for important messages and tasks.
You complained, Yahoo listened. Tabs are back, but in a different look than before.
This year's offering will turn your (non Windows Phone) smartphone into a seasonal karaoke machine!
And we thought that Gmail didn't want us to see images because sometimes they're annoying.
This crucial feature was a long time coming, but now you can ditch the third-party backup tools and arcane workarounds.
Now that he wants to deploy a fleet of airborne drones to deliver packages, we're beginning to think the Amazon CEO has more in common with Lex Luthor than with Sam Walton.
The images mark Google's first efforts to map global transit hubs.
By March, Yahoo users will have the option to encrypt all data flow to and from the Web company's services.
Automators! Mount up.
An update to Android's Google Search app has added some handy-dandy new features to Google Now.
IBM will soon give third parties access to Watson, fostering applications that take advantage of the system's artificial intelligence capabilities.
Here's our hands-on with EZgif.com, an easy, Web-based tool for people with zero graphics know-how.
Stream Nation doesn't care where you got that movie file. As long as you own it now, you can store it, stream it, and even share it with friends like you would a physical copy.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, founder of the world wide web, called on governments around the world to open up their data to the public.