Pokémon Go is less than a week old, but it's already caught the fascination of Android and iOS smartphone owners the world over.
Facebook Messenger now has an encrypted messaging tool, but it doesn't come close to covering all your conversations on the messaging platform.
Amazon is promoting a few minor tech deals today, but the big sales are still a few days away.
Google plans to remove the Chrome Apps Launcher from Chrome for Windows, Mac, and Linux in July. Luckily, there's a workaround.
Twenty-thousand lucky Xbox One Preview Program participants are getting their first look at the console's first universal Windows app, and it's a Blu-ray player.
Mozilla's Context Graph wants to help you find content on the web based on previous user experiences and how one page on the web relates to the other.
Small, scrappy Opera has always been a great browser, but with recent additions of ad-blocking, battery saving and more, it's bidding for big-time market share.
The BlackBerry Classic was the last phone to offer users the original BlackBerry physical keyboard experience.
Facebook recently released two new Chrome extensions that come in handy when browsing the web.
Microsoft stopped the tricks with its Windows 10 upgrade pop-ups. But the company is also adding a full-screen prompt ahead of July 29.
If you're seeing a "400 Bad Request. Request Header or Cookie Too Large" error that doesn't let you access a site, you've probably got a cookie that's too large or corrupted. Here's how to fix that.
Facebook still dominates the bot wars, with more than 11,000 bots Facebook Messenger bots ready to answer your questions. Soon they'll be able to send you GIFs, too. But Google and Apple are coming up fast.
Like Cortana but hate that it always surfaces news from a certain site? Now you can dump that site thanks to a new Cortana feature.
Is anyone interested in a Windows 10 Mobile device that's not a Lumia? We'll soon find out thanks to a Kickstarter campaign from NuAns.
It appears Windows 10 Mobile users will start seeing upgrades around August 2, or soon after.