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.
If you've got a Sprint iPhone you can now make calls over Wi-Fi--as long as you update your phone to iOS 8.3 and then wait for a carrier settings update.
Leading up to Star Wars Episode VII and Star Wars Battlefront, Disney is bringing all six films to your favorite digital download store for the very first time.
AT&T and Google Fiber are slowly picking up the pace to bring gigabit Internet to more communities in the U.S.
Amazon wants to help you find your next electrician, handyman, or plumber.
4K is old hat for YouTube, which first embraced the resolution in 2010, but now the Google property is upping the stakes by experimenting with 4K videos at a frame rate of 60 frames per second.
If you need to save on your PC's bandwidth usage but don't want to use Opera, try adding Google's new Data Saver (Beta) extension to Chrome.
iPhone users got another app on Thursday to help them share live video streams after Meerkat launched several weeks ago. This time Twitter is getting into the game with Periscope.
You can already add your general location to your tweets, but soon you'll be able to let everyone know if you're in Central Park or Central Perk.
Microsoft's trying to bury Windows 7, and now Apple's Boot Camp is, too
CDs may be dying, but very slowly. They were still a more popular choice than streaming music services...until now.
Looking for some software that makes it easy to design 3D-printed figurines and toys? Check out Autodesk's Tinkerplay.
Rhapsody is hoping that sharing music on Twitter will help bring in new subscribers to the growing service.
Want to get your hate on for a certain company, brand, or product? Later this year, you'll be able to do that in style with your very own .sucks domain.