Verizon is forcing heavy data users to get off its unlimited plan or get off the carrier's network entirely.
Mozilla is joining the other major browser developers by intelligently auto-pausing Flash with more to come in 2017.
Deezer's small-scale entry into the U.S. market is over. The service is now available to all—though it lacks a free tier.
T-Mobile wants some of that sweet, sweet Pokémon Go marketing opportunity so it came up with free giveaways.
The original NES console is back in miniaturized form with 30 built-in games, a controller that also works with Wii systems, and HDMI out.
Researchers wanted to find out just how little attention users paid to a service's terms of service and privacy policies. Not much.
Pokémon Go is less than a week old, but it's already caught the fascination of Android and iOS smartphone owners the world over.
Facebook Messenger now has an encrypted messaging tool, but it doesn't come close to covering all your conversations on the messaging platform.
Amazon is promoting a few minor tech deals today, but the big sales are still a few days away.
Google is finally adding a built-in option to Cast open tabs to your Chromecast-enabled television. The extension will still work, but it's no longer needed.
Facebook is tweaking the news feed algorithm again to put family and friends first, just like the company's news feed manifesto says it should.
Unicode 9.0 is here and it brings with it a side of avocado for your taco emoji moments.
T-Mobile's Domino's giveaway limit was no match for America's love for pizza.
If you have something to say in the comments of a Facebook post, but words, stickers, and emoji won't do the job, you can now let it rip with video.
Twitter's not to blame, but the company is taking action to protect users affected by the recent breach.
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