Don't-Miss Software Stories
Turns out some people want to keep their online dating habits private.
Tap, swipe, type: Android TV gets an iOS app for when your hardware remote goes missing.
Apple already knew about the vulnerability, which doesn't affect devices running iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan.
Catch one-click fever as 30 new filters aim to make your snaps shine.
Microsoft has launched a new beta of Skype for Business that runs on Mac, following its launch of a revamped work communication product last year.
Microsoft’s free iPhone keyboard supports gesture typing, one-handed mode, and customizable backgrounds.
Now you can choose images from your Camera Roll to filter your face.
The social network tries—again—to get away from clickbait.
Two engineering groups may be butting heads over how to scale Siri's back-end to Apple's other services.
Now you don't have to visit the Product Hunt website to stay on top of the latest news.
A security researcher has created a free security tool that can detect attempts by ransomware programs to encrypt files on users' Macs and then block them before they do a lot of damage.
Legion, a.k.a. Burning Crusade Redux, will be here soon—though not soon enough for some content-starved players.
The social network wants you to get your news from Facebook instead of Twitter.
This is guaranteed to cause controversy.
Apple is giving up on QuickTime for Windows. If you're using the software you'll want to get rid of it as soon as possible.