Don't-Miss Cloud & Services Stories
Apple headlines for the week ending February 17, 2017.
Dropbox just announced the general availability of its Paper document collaboration service, along with the closed beta of a Smart Sync feature that gives users easy access to every file shared with them in Dropbox.
Microsoft gave users and administrators of OneDrive for Business some new features on Tuesday that they’ve requested for a while.
Create the habits you need to ensure you meet your goals.
Alexa-powered devices try to buy a dollhouse after responding to a command from a news broadcast.
Nvidia's new GeForce Now streaming for PCs and Macs lets you play any PC game on computers that aren't meant for playing games, and it holds up pretty well.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey spent several hours engaging the platform's users in a lively discussion about improvements for 2017.
Here's the full DirecTV Now channel guide, plus details and caveats.
Facebook has launched Facebook Instant Games, placing social games directly within its News Feed and Messenger app and tacitly discouraging users from turning to other mobile games and third-party chat services.
As a convenience feature, Apple will sync your call history to iCloud, but the company doesn't make it easy or obvious to shut it off.
Watching sports without a big cable TV bundle has gotten a lot easier in the last year; NFL games are no exception.
Twitter has new ways to keep the trolls from getting at you, as well as beefed up anti-abuse enforcement policies behind the scenes.
Video calling is finally coming to the world's more than one billion WhatsApp users on Android, iOS, and Windows.
Using a technique called style transfer, Facebook takes live video and turns it into something that resembles the work of Van Gogh, Picasso and other artists.
Cord cutters can get their fill of big nationally televised games, but local broadcasts are still left on the bench.