Where can I find Pikachu? More than one Pokémon Go map promises to help you find rare Pokémon—and they need your help. Here's our list of the best Pokémon Go maps, now updated with the latest maps.
Pokévision may be the best Pokémon Go map, as it apparently taps the Niantic API itself to provide a real-time feed of what Pokémon are spawning in Pokémon Go, and exactly where.
Microsoft's beefing up Office 365 with new Editor and Researcher features in Word to improve the quality and depth of your writing.
T-Mobile's Uncarrier 11 promo fails to deliver and the company says high demand for the app is the problem.
T-Mobile's Uncarrier 11 promotion thanks its customers with free Dominos, free frosties, even a free ticket to Warcraft—some of which will happen every Tuesday.
Duo is Google's new encrypted video-chatting app, which will be available on Android and iOS devices.
A new report from IDC tracks the tablet's ongoing decline, while detachable tablets like Microsoft's Surface rise in popularity. Now smartphone vendors are getting into the act, applying their mobile acumen to compete with PC vendors.
Call it one-stop shopping. Project Madeira is aimed at all the businesses that can't afford enterprise-class applications, offering scaled-down versions within Outlook.
Skype for Business updates its Android and iOS apps, bringing useful upgrades to both platforms.
An upcoming update to Microsoft Office will allow you to essentially pin apps to the Microsoft Office ribbon, adding to its extensibility.
If you own a larger iPad Pro, Microsoft will require you to pay for an Office 365 subscription. But Microsoft's licensing loophole exempts the new, smaller tablet.
Apple uses its March 21 product launch event to reiterate its stance on customer privacy.
Google has struck a chord with its enthralling new Chrome Music Lab, a number of in-browser experiments featuring sound.
A new developer edition of Opera's browser includes built-in ad blocking, the first desktop browser to do so. That significantly reduces the time webpages take to load, improving your surfing experience.
Researchers at the University of Washington say they've discovered passive Wi-Fi: a way to reduce Wi-Fi power to the microwatt level, useful for sensors or the Internet of Things.
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