The infamous torrent site returns after being offline for two months.
You don't have to miss any of the action when you step away from your giant TV.
A new software update for Amazon's virtual assistant device lets you use spoken commands to control iTunes, Pandora, and Spotify playback.
HTC will miss its goal of releasing a Lollipop update to US consumers within 90 days of receiving the OS from Google.
Your computer is no longer the only thing that needs protecting. Malware, phishing, smishing, and all kinds of exploits threaten your mobile devices.
Even if Windows Phone never cracks the 5 percent mark in market share, Microsoft could end up reaping rewards.
As it welcomes Somfy and Tyco to its board of directors, the Thread Group keeps an eye out for startups that could have an outsized impact on the developing Internet of Things market.
Intuit has again apologized for stiffing TurboTax customers by not telling them of changes in its business model.
An identifer on people's phone creates cookies that can't be deleted, but Verion says you can opt out.
An attacker could mimic a BMW server and remotely unlock a car, researchers found.
Dish Network will pay about $10 billion, but its plans for the spectrum are unclear.
Vine's new kid-oriented app likely has bigger plans.
All those apps you have installed on your phone or tablet? They'll be able to route information directly through Google Now.
It's not Material Design, but it's a much cleaner look for the popular music streaming service.