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Changes give iPhone and iPad users an easier way to share and edit documents through email.
Twitter opens the floodgates: expanding the DM character limit from 140 characters to 10,000.
This charming word puzzler is designed to become your new daily habit. Embrace it.
Facebook is reportedly creating a news app that delivers breaking news to users from partner news sources.
Another 15 are waiting in the wings.
Microsoft begins sending out invitations to try out the new iOS and Android apps.
It's filled with free-to-play elements, but the first numbered sequel does recall the glory days—to some effect.
Try these third-party keyboards to communicate with Klingon symbols, customized emojis, or even Lil' Wayne rap lyrics.
You’re a stranded astronaut’s only hope—and you can only communicate through text messages.
This week's roundup of new and updated apps features advances in productivity apps like Fantastical 2 and Cloud Outliner 2.
New apps bring productivity to users' wrists on Android Wear and Apple Watch
A solid e-mail app is essential for Apple Watch users. Outlook’s new smartwatch adaptation gets the job done with a priority inbox and helpful shortcuts.
Businesses can now respond to users' comments on Facebook via Facebook Messenger.
There've been lots of Angry Birds games in recent years, but until this week never a true sequel to the original.
Thanks to your iPhone, you can step right up to the counter and be on your way faster than you can say Java Chip Frappuccino.