With Google's own productivity apps doing almost everything that Quickoffice does, the search giant is retiring its Office-compatible mobile apps.
It's still not free, but for just $2 how can you go wrong with Garmin Viago?
Starbucks is taking incremental steps, yet again, as it plans a national rollout of Duracell Powermat wireless charging stations.
Apple is famous for its crackdowns on apps for various reasons, but this latest app purge may be a big win for users.
Looking for a new home for your photos? Canon has a service you might be interested in, but only for up to 10GB of storage for now.
Swift isn't just Apple's new programming language, it's also further proof that Flappy Bird is the new 'Hello, world' for game development.
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A compromise of Apple's services is not to blame for the recent ransom lockouts via Find My iPhone, according to the company.
Critics say the FCC is going to ruin the Internet with its new net neutrality proposal.
For almost an entire year beginning in March 2013, malicious attackers may have been harvesting customer information including credit card data, LaCie says.
As the list of major sites hit by Heartbleed grows, LastPass is helping its users figure out which accounts need password changes.
One week later and Office for iPad is still on top of the iTunes charts with more than 12 million downloads.
Many audiophiles will tell you that high-resolution audio delivers a superior sound. But is the quality worth the extra cost of stocking your music library with high-resolution recordings?
Google makes developers responsible for keeping scammy stuff like simulated system alerts and sudden redirects out of their apps. The company also sets curbs on pornography.