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Microsoft's new Office 365 app helps hourly workers to manage their shift work, which should please the millions of Americans who work as waiters, busboys, retail employees, and more.
iHeartRadio is going head-to-head with Spotify but hopes its expertise in Internet radio will give it an edge.
Amazon Video's unskippable pre-roll teaser ads annoy as much as they inform.
The age of Pandora One is over. Pandora Plus is rolling out soon with unlimited skips and replays, as well as an offline mode for $5 per month.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of selling movies, the iTunes Store is bundling movies from Sony, Paramount, Universal, Warner Bros., and Lionsgate for just $1 per film.
Facebook really wants you to know what your friends are talking about.
Bringing you everything from stats to game-time snacks, these apps are as indispensable as your TV remote.
Watching sports without a big cable TV bundle has gotten a lot easier in the last year; NFL games are no exception.
Google is finally adding a built-in option to Cast open tabs to your Chromecast-enabled television. The extension will still work, but it's no longer needed.
Cable-authenticated TV apps provide a secret stash of free video (we'll show you how to find them).
Netflix's vast video library makes it easy to cut the cord, but you can't see what's available unless you use its native app.
Twitter's vision for its NFL games apparently includes making it easier to watch the games on your television.
The free version of Hulu is dead, but the content lives on elsewhere.
Niantic, the developer of Pokémon Go, has said that it has blocked "scraper" Pokémon Go maps from accessing its APIs and determining the location of Pokémon outside of the real world.