An optimistic outlook on Internet data limits, overage charges, and the potential threat to streaming video.
A new report says Flash will mostly disappear within two years. Will Hulu and other major streaming sites budge?
A faulty Nest thermostat firmware update made batteries drain and home temperatures drop.
Twitter users on iPhone can access Periscope live streams without a separate app (but no broadcasting or commenting).
T-Mobile's John Legere decides to "help clarify" how Binge On throttling works after weeks of dodging questions.
App selection is one of the biggest factors in choosing a streaming media player for your TV. Here's how the major players compare.
Littlstar makes novel use of the Apple TV touchpad with free 360-degree videos.
Evernote will shut down Clearly, Pebble app, and some Skitch versions in January, directs users to alternatives.
Spotify keeps pushing beyond the basic playlist with an interactive Party mode.
Built-in step and sleep tracking comes to the Pebble Time, Pebble Time Steel, and Pebble Time Round.
Most features are intact, though users might have to endure some rough edges until the service is fully supported early next year.
As Facebook focuses on Moments app, private photo sharing is getting its moment in the sun.
With 1989 concert stream, Taylor Swift becomes a major marketing point for Apple Music.
Pandora's personalized Thumbprint Radio hopes to take on Apple Music and Spotify.
Google Photos now lets users collaborate and add the shared albums to their own collections.