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Apple stopped supporting QuickTime for Windows, but left a couple of major security flaws unpatched. The company recommends you uninstall it, and now would be a good time. Here's how.
It's like Bigfoot or the Loch Ness Monster: A checkbox for enabling Android apps in Chrome OS keeps appearing and disappearing from the current beta. For Chromebook users pining for Android apps, it's both tantalizing and maddening.
Keep has some new features that make Google's note-taking app easier to use on your PC.
There will be no official way to use Dropbox on Windows XP past August 2016.
Now you and 49 of your closest friends can have a free, voice call on Facebook Messenger.
It's not as high-powered as a Raspberry Pi, but the AAduino is a tool many DIY types will find useful.
Now you can chat with Skype's bots on more platforms including Macs and the web version.
YouTube 360-degree live video is here, and you're first chance to see it will probably be during the Coachella festival on Saturday and Sunday.
Not wanting to be left behind by WhatsApp, Viber just announced the addition of end-to-end encryption for messaging on its platform.
This new feature to Google Drive finally gives you a say in what content gets synced to your PC.
HP's VR-capable Chromebook may be ready in the coming months.
Amazon's getting serious about rivaling Netflix. Prime Video is now available for $8.99 a month--no annual Prime membership required.
Verizon will give you 2GB of free data if you make three separate purchases with Android Pay.
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.