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.
Facebook released its list of the most discussed topics for 2016. It ain't pretty.
Apple and the NHL are negotiating to distribute Apple's tablet to the league's teams.
A limited number of cable subscribers across the nation can now forget about signing in to endless apps with their cable provider credentials.
Here's a look at the weird, wonderful, and mundane from YouTube's top trending videos of 2016.
Facebook is turning to its user base to help solve its clickbait and fake news problems.
Chrome 55 is here with the promise of defaulting to HTML5 instead of Flash for most of the web—though as far as we can tell that's not quite the case.
Netflix is finally allowing you to download select movie and TV show titles for offline viewing on mobile devices.
Most Black Friday 'deals' aren't really deals at all. These 10 tech deals truly are.
Facebook may soon help you find the closest public Wi-Fi access point with a new feature in its mobile app.