Plex came to the Xbox One in October, and now it's ready for the PlayStation 3 and 4. But a U.S. date hasn't been announced yet.
Need some paper towels, an Apple USB cable, and a Frozen DVD in the next hour? If you're in Manhattan, Amazon can do that for you.
The security of the web itself was tested in unprecedented ways in 2014--but the news isn't all bad.
Betabrand is teaming up with Norton to keep hackers out of your pockets, literally.
For two years you've been able to share links to Drive documents with just one-click. Now, you can send actual attachments.
We've been expecting it since the summer, and now you can finally control your Nest thermostat via Google Now.
A new app for Windows Phone lets Lumia owners answer the phone just by picking it up.
Want to try a new way of video chat without the pain of downloading an app or signing up for an account? Try webRTC.
Google's top trending searches for 2014 are out and the top searches for gamers might surprise you.
If you need something to watch over the holidays, fire up your Android smartphone or tablet for a limited selection of Hulu shows for free.
Project Maelstrom is a fascinating concept for sharing web content using torrent technology. But how exactly will all this work? We've got a few answers to share.
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We've already taken a dive into LastPass' Auto-Password change. Now let's see how Dashlane's Password Changer stacks up.
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BitTorrent wants to reimagine what the web should be with a new web browser called Project Maelstrom that distributes web content over a peer-to-peer network.