Spotify is now its own karaoke machine on the desktop just without the bouncing ball.
Google already lets you call businesses via Hangouts directly from search results. Now it's testing text-based Hangouts chats with businesses too.
YouTube Kids is here and it's pretty good.
If you've got a stylus and an iPad, OneNote will now let you jot down notes or make a sketch in Microsoft's popular note-taking app.
First Google Play Music and now Inbox gets its own iPad app.
Play Music has been on iOS for 15 months and finally Google rolls out an iPad version.
Apple is often accused of driving down the price of software. Here's an example where the company is doing the opposite by highlighting games you pay for upfront.
Apple is including two more crucial services in its two-factor authentication protections to keep your messaging out of the hands of hackers.
SPDY is dead, long live SPDY (as part of HTTP/2).
Verizon says it doesn't follow, it leads. This time it's leading by offering discounts, just like its competitors.
RadioShack doesn't have a lot going for it, but it's network of more than 4,000 U.S. retail locations is finding interest from other companies looking to expand their online presence.
Verizon is rethinking how it tampers with user web traffic just as the U.S. Senate starts asking questions.
This colocation service designed a data center cabinet to hold 48 Mac Pro units at once.
Flash's importance to YouTube has been dwindling for some time. Now Adobe's video solution is one step closer to banishment from the world's most popular video site.
If you tend to have a lot of browser tabs open during the day, a new browser called Vivaldi wants to win you over. The technical preview is available now.