Don't think that the Viacom-YouTube piracy settlement means all the free Hollywood movies have disappeared from YouTube. Far from it.
Just days after launching, Popcorn Time shuts down for vaguely worded reasons.
iMD says it will soon release an app specifically designed to control the environment of a pot farm.
Sprint plans to follow T-Mobile's lead and roll out Wi-Fi calling options, but just on two phones to begin with.
Steve Perlman's Artemis technology promises to create "p-cells" that can help mobile devices thrive in close proximity. Here's how it works.
Having proven Google Fiber works, Google plans to launch the service in 34 cities across eight metropolitan areas. But not all of them.
A Microsoft MVP sends word of a new Xbox Music for Windows 8.1 update making the rounds.
HBO says that it will bring the popular HBO Go app to the Sony PS3 and PS4 soon. And if you want to share a password? No worries.
AMD announces that its "Kaveri" CPUs with integrated graphics are now available for pre-order. But AMD execs also say computing and graphics are blurring into one another.
Xbox Video arrives with a bonus for Windows Phone users: you can save movies to your phone for offline viewing.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Spotify could launch free, ad-supported mobile music as early as next week, together with limited a la carte selections.
Shikumi Design won $100,000 from Intel for its Kagura app, which could turn DJing into performance art.
If Apple absorbs perceptual computing pioneer PrimeSense, it could mean intriguing possibilities for future Apple products, including iPhones with computer vision and even wearable computing.
It's enough to make your broadband data cap tremble in fear: Netflix is testing a few 4K videos on its streaming service.
CableLabs releases the specs for DOCSIS 3.1, which in theory will allow for 10 Gbps downloads to your home.
Articles by Mark Hachman