Google's new Cloud Print driver for Windows lets any program play nice with the company's stellar print-anywhere service.
Controversial TV service (from traditional over-the-air broadcasters' point-of-view) is spreading into two new regions.
As for now the breach doesn't seem malicious as much as it is pointing out a security flaw.
Google quietly rolled its Chrome app launcher out on Windows today, bringing packaged apps and the Chrome OS experience to Microsoft's operating system.
Verizon is the latest carrier to jump on the no-contract craze. Let's see how its offering stacks up against already-announced plans.
The HTC One mini fits easier in the palm of your hand than its predecessor, but it doesn't pack quite as much punch.
Google's personalized Maps revamp is still in beta, but now anyone can try it with the click of a button.
Intel has snapped up Omek, a company specializing in gesture recognition. It's part of Intel's effort to popularize perceptual computing, in which we interact with PCs and other devices using hand gestures, voice commands, and facial tracking.
Mere days after T-Mobile announced its 'Jump' upgrade plan, AT&T has introduced Next, which allows you to upgrade your phone once per year. Verizon is also rumored to have something up its sleeve.
Online ad companies agreed to a new set of "best practices" that would remove ads from sites engaging in copyright piracy or selling phony goods. But the effectiveness of these practices is still very much up in the air.
"Oh, did you see this secret phone and want to create buzz about it?! Please don't!! Oh my!"
The universal communicator idea picks up steam with Google's translation update for the Chrome browser.
The upgraded notifications should send interactive pop-ups to your desktop, but we couldn't get them to work.
The revamped Google Maps app looks amazing and packs a ton of handy new features, but it also drops a few.