Activision Blizzard is paying through the nose for King Digital Entertainment to get access to the company's nearly half a billion mobile gamers.
Instagram is following similar efforts from Snapchat and Twitter to turn public, user-created content into collections centered around specific events.
It's not all fun and live-streaming games for Twitch. The new channel will highlight the site's lesser-known, but thriving community of artists seeking an online audience for their work. And what better way to kick it off than to stream all 403 episodes of 'The Joy of Painting' with Bob Ross?
Facebook's new solution for getting messages from non-friends means the end of the little known 'Other' inbox.
Google recently released a new version of Chrome that takes advantage of new iOS 9 features.
Yahoo's offensive against the password is almost complete with Yahoo Account Key.
Unless you're running Chrome OS, you will soon lose Chrome's notification center and it's your own fault.
Firefox is a fantastic browser that has a lot to offer for those fed up with Chrome, Internet Explorer, or Opera.
Firefox is proposing a set of guidelines that will guide the Firefox maker's actions when it comes to content blocking.
Don't call it a Dislike button, but Facebook is taking a new approach to the Like button with a system allowing you to express empathy.
Adobe unleashed a slew of updates during its Max conference on Monday including a new Photoshop app for mobile that specializes in touch-ups.
Little more than a year after it was first introduced, Sprint is increasing the price of its $60 unlimited talk, text, and data plan.
Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Elements 14 are here and they've got a bunch of tweaks, including 4K video support.
Private browsing modes don't protect you from third-party tracking during your browsing session, but that's about to change on Firefox.