Want that HDMI cable today for online prices? Amazon's got you covered if you live in one of these 14 metropolitan areas.
Shazam will be the next contestant in the attempt to popularize QR-like codes embedded in posters, print ads, and postcards.
Got a message from a Facebook friend, but you can't for the life of you remember who they are? Facebook wants to solve that problem by adding profile data to new message conversations.
BitTorrent is beefing up Sync organization with a new search function, more columns, and the ability to hide offline devices.
Walmart reportedly plans to take on Amazon this summer with an invite only trial program that offers unlimited free delivery for a low annual fee.
Looking for pizza delivery? Now you can start your order with Google.
If you need help discerning colors online this new Chrome extension from Google could help.
The Home Depot is aiming to the largest retailer yet to support Apple Pay, as long as it can cut a deal with Apple.
Are you a Verizon customer who dreams about switching to T-Mobile? May as well try switching now.
If you have an original iPad, older Apple TV or Google TV your access to YouTube is soon going to change or end, depending on your device type.
iFixit took apart Apple's latest Retina MacBook to see what makes it tick, and it wasn't easy.
It's not nationwide yet, but before 2015 is out Sprint customers in major metropolitan areas can have the Sprint retail experience come to them.
Google has an idea of how it can block spoiler alerts from your social networking feeds. Whether we'll actually ever see this idea come to fruition is another question.
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