Verizon Fios live TV apps for Xbox and Samsung Smart TVs are going away. One more argument for opening up the set-top box market?
Microsoft’s Windows 10 Mobile upgrade plans continue to crumble as 512 MB RAM devices get the cold shoulder.
Current and former Apple employees say they’d rather quit than build an iPhone backdoor.
A rumored Intel-AMD graphics patent deal could mean a lot, or very little.
Turner Broadcasting looks to lure cord-cutters with standalone services and skinny bundles.
Many hoverboards are now banned from entering the United States amid patent disputes.
Uber’s Family Profile feature keeps you in control while paying for other people’s rides.
Android N plants the seeds for a futuristic DVR in Android TV and brings back picture-in-picture.
The AliveCor Kardia Band can detect irregular heart beats and send results straight to the doctor.
Oculus Rift’s launch game lineup touts a wide range of genres, price points, and degrees of barfiness.
With Instagram embracing algorithms, another social network says goodbye to reverse-chronological order.
Typing .om instead of .com in a URL could lead to malware for Mac and Windows PCs.
Julia Child gets a four-day French cooking marathon on Twitch. Can she top Bob Ross’ Joy of Painting?
Some Skype credit and a web browser is all you need now to save money on international calls.
Sony’s new PlayStation Vue streaming-TV bundle costs $10 more than Sling TV, but it includes way more channels.