Not wanting to be left behind by WhatsApp, Viber just announced the addition of end-to-end encryption for messaging on its platform.
Apple is giving up on QuickTime for Windows. If you're using the software you'll want to get rid of it as soon as possible.
Chrome is giving up on XP two years after Microsoft ended support for the aging operating system.
Google Chrome protects against many threats online. Here's a breakdown of some of the biggest threats.
USB-C will soon have an authentication specification to avoid shoddy cables and chargers, and malicious USB devices.
Dropbox just made it easier to share videos, images, and files inside Facebook Messenger.
One man in New Jersey came to the emergency room with arrhythmia and ended up with a proper diagnosis after consulting data from his Fitbit tracker.
Newegg is moving to Facebook Messenger to answer all your questions and concerns about graphics cards, RAM, and motherboards.
Facebook Live video broadcasts are getting reactions, filters, groups and events support, and more.
Amazon Kindle devices already last for weeks on one charge, but Amazon wants them to last even longer.
Moleskine's latest digital-paper combination, the Smart Writing Set, has the style of a tablet and the convenience of digital manipulation.
Twitter will stream the National Football League's Thursday night games online as the Twitter-NFL partnership continues to blossom.
It's all fun and games until someone loses their job due on April Fools' Day.
Those crazy, geeky pranksters from Google, Samsung, Kayak, and more are at it again for April Fools' Day 2016.
Dutch airline KLM can now deliver travel information via Facebook Messenger.