Vine is morphing into Vine Camera, and time is running out to save your precious Vines before they become part of history.
Google's Chrome browser will be able to play FLAC files by the end of January—as will Firefox.
Don't let your smart clock expose you to hackers. A web app from BullGuard can help.
AT&T is increasing the price of its grandfathered unlimited data plans by $5—just like it did in 2016.
Verizon is charging you more for the right to buy a new phone.
Alexa-powered devices try to buy a dollhouse after responding to a command from a news broadcast.
You can track Santa's annual journey on your PC, mobile device, or even social networks and search engines.
Uber is getting more convenient and social with Snapchat integration and new filters, as well as the ability to set a friend's current location as your destination.
The Raspberry Pi Pixel desktop experience is now available as an early version for x86-based Mac and Windows PCs.
From hacks at Yahoo and the DNC to the rise of IoT botnets, these are the biggest security stories of 2016.
Apple's AirPods are a nice idea, but repairing these things is hopeless, according to iFixit.
Just before the holidays get into full swing, Viber is rolling out an app update featuring improved emoticons, recorded video messages, and animated GIFs.
Yahoo users have 1 billion more reasons to switch another major hack. Here's how to replace major Yahoo services with rivals and delete your Yahoo account.
Snapchat Groups lets you share posts with up to 16 people at once.
Super Mario Run—Nintendo's first mobile game—will require an always-on Internet connection to play, a requirement more common to console and AAA titles.