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Retailers looking to grow in a fast-changing industry need to focus on three main technologies. Computerworld's Sharon Gaudin -- just back from the National Retail Federation's Big Show -- and Executive News Editor Ken Mingis have the details.
Nintendo's first smartphone app arrives in March with a new rewards scheme to get players hooked.
Taking a page from Netflix and Amazon, Apple may be in search of the next House of Cards or Transparent.
An optimistic outlook on Internet data limits, overage charges, and the potential threat to streaming video.
Google added new commenting features to its mobile productivity apps for iOS and Android Wednesday.
Skype celebrates its tenth anniversary of free video calling by adding free group video calls to its mobile apps (a feature already available on Skype for desktop). Eager Skypers can sign up to get it earlier.
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.
Apple is doubling the size of its data center campus near Reno to support iCloud, iTunes, and other Internet services.
After nearly a year in preview, Amazon's WorkMail hosted email and calendar service for enterprises is now generally available.
Dropbox has been granted a patent on a new peer-to-peer file-sharing technology that suggests it may be planning an alternative to its existing cloud-based service.
The Beatles join the streaming revolution on December 24 with the group's catalog coming to nine different services.
Spotify keeps pushing beyond the basic playlist with an interactive Party mode.
Google has expanded its cellular service to support up to nine data-only devices per account, with no extra fees.
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.