Dish Network moves beyond its traditional channel guide to app-based program selection via its Hopper DVR.
More brick-and-mortar retailers are tracking shoppers who come into their stores by using Wi-Fi signals to figure out how long shoppers stay, where they look, and whether they wind up at a cash register.
Eidos attempted to stymie pirates of its new Deus Ex: The Fall by disabling the game's weapons on jailbroken devices--but clever hackers have already figured out a way around it.
Former Disney chief Michael Eisner has warned that Hulu being up for sale could mean the demise of shows streaming online the day after they air.
Pebble arrives at Best Buy on June 7 for $150 -- the same price as pre-orders from Pebble's website.
Earlier this year, Apple settled a class-action suit over in-app purchases; affected customers can now register to receive their share of the settlement.
Evernote is taking a few big steps to help users lock down their accounts, including optional two-step authentication.
Google announces a new kind of inbox for Gmail that automatically sorts messages into categories, or “tabs.”
Google Drive users no longer have to worry about accessing their documents without an Internet connection--as long as they’re using Google’s Chrome browser
For all the pain and suffering over the iPhone 4's somewhat minor antenna issues, anguished users are finally getting their closure in the form of $15 settlement checks.
Twitter Music is finally here, bringing along a slick interface, excellent music discovery chops, and—alas—a very short memory.
If you're an active user of Outlook, SkyDrive, Office Web Apps, or other Microsoft services, you may want to add two-step verification for an extra layer of security.
The network already offer on-demand access, but adding live streaming of shows in progress adds a new dimension to the mix.
If you want a massive mobile data plan and don't mind paying gobs of money for it, AT&T is now happy to oblige.
To sign up for the subscription-based Office 365 University, you'll need an .edu e-mail address. The offer includes Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote, and can be installed on up to two PCs or Macs.