Amazon now forbids USB-C cables that aren't standards compliant and pose a potential risk to your devices and chargers.
Facebook is pushing the concept of Messenger as a platform, with possible new features including retail in-store payments.
YouTube is working on a new app called YouTube Connect that streams live video broadcasts from your phone.
Privacy.com lets you create one-time use and merchant-specific debit cards to limit the use of your actual credit and debit card numbers.
Microsoft's chatbot, Tay, learned hateful rhetoric through its online interaction with others.
The Google Chrome app launcher is leaving Windows, Mac, and Linux.
Here's how to turn off Twitter's new algorithmic feed that shows the "best tweets first."
Google Maps got an Uber upgrade that makes it clearer and easier to hail a car with your smartphone.
Oculus VR founder Palmer Luckey says the company won't bring the Rift headset to Macs, because the machines don't make the grade.
Not content with Android Pay, Google is upping the stakes with a new payment system called Hands Free.
Western Digital's bringing big-time storage to NAS boxes and external drives with new helium-filled 8TB hard drives.
The next major operating system update for PlayStation 4 will stream games to your Windows or Mac PC via Remote Play, but the upcoming beta won't have the new feature.
Apple doesn't want to be in the iPhone hacking business and is looking to close the vulnerability at the center of its current fight with the FBI.
Soon smartphones will come rocking 256GB onboard storage on a single chip.
You can still "like" posts to your heart's content, but if you need something stronger there's Reactions.