With Instagram embracing algorithms, another social network says goodbye to reverse-chronological order.
Typing .om instead of .com in a URL could lead to malware for Mac and Windows PCs.
Google's new smartphone travel search keeps you from juggling a dozen browser tabs.
ESPN and CBS hint at more standalone streaming options to come.
Classic Apple II games and programs hit a milestone at the Internet Archive. Who’s up for some Lode Runner?
Sending Spotify songs to Facebook Messenger friends will soon be just a few taps away.
Spotify’s Fresh Finds playlists dig through music blogs so you don’t have to.
The Brita Infinity water pitcher auto-buys new filters with help from Amazon.
Confused by the FCC’s cable box plan? Here’s what it all means for cable subscribers and cord cutters.
Mastercard will soon let you verify your ID with a selfie instead of typing a password.
Chatting with businesses on Facebook Messenger could open you up to message-based ads.
The Swiss watch sales decline keeps a steady pace as smartwatch shipments break ahead.
The FCC wants to open up pay TV programming to any media streamer.
Sling TV might not be the only streaming service with ESPN, as the sports giant hints at new video packages to come.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai pipes up in Apple's favor, and says making tech companies to hack customers’ devices “could be a troubling precedent,”