Hulu is pulling the plug on its free streaming service after nearly a decade, to focus on premium subscriptions instead.
First there was Memories, then there was Friends Day, and now there's Facebook's Birthday Videos.
The new $80 Amazon Kindle also makes it easier for visually impaired users to read e-books.
Twitter's giving you more room to work in 140 characters, and tweaking replies so they're easier to use.
Google's Gboard virtual keyboard for iPhone is designed to make your life easier with native Google search, GIFs, and emoji support.
The ways that game developers punish thieves in-game can be downright hilarious, like Quantum Break slapping an eye-patch with a Jolly Roger on pirates.
Legendary CPU architect Jim Keller is heading up Tesla's Autopilot group.
Backblaze has long offered a pricey option for its online backup subscribers to restore their data via physical drives. But now it's free—if you send the drive back.
Luxury, thy name is LaCie Chrome.
Sidecar, a pioneering ride-sharing service that pivoted to deliveries, is shutting down.
But you won't be able to use Facebook's Dislike button to let your uncle know his racist posts are unwelcome.
Eric Schmidt says human music curation is elitist, but apparently forgot that Google Play Music relies on it, too.
The new Apple TV's App Store has opened the door for Plex to land on Apple's media streamer.
Amazon's laying off engineers and stopping new products in their tracks after the Fire Phone's epic failure.
Auto-playing videos in Facebook and Twitter are annoying. Here's how to stop them.