Firefox users can chat with anyone in any browser, with no login or extra software required.
Apple gives its 27-inch iMac all-in-one the Retina treatment, but the non-Retina models are sticking around.
To discourage thievery, users will need to log in before wiping their smartphones
Leaked fitness band details show a larger display and optional heart rate monitor
HBO's new standalone streaming video service will launch in 2015, but details are scarce.
Instead of paying a huge TV bill, young viewers are doing just fine with Netflix and Amazon
Beaded bands bring a more feminine look to the male-obsessed smartwatch market.
The $51 (via pre-order on Kickstarter) Anonabox isn't the only Tor box in town, but if it's as easy to use as its company claims, it could help more people take advantage of Tor's encryption and anonymizing features.
The search giant gets serious about same-day delivery.
If you can live with the substandard camera, the Desire 816 offers a lot of screen for less money
Typing on a small screen: Nightmarish. Writing one letter at a time? Doable, if not especially fast. That's the goal with Microsoft's experimental app.
One more dispatch from the “don't go all-in on cloud storage” department
What's wrong with wearables? Not enough of them are real products, and many may never be. And if there's one thing a new market doesn't need, it's vaporware.
Maybe the iTunes freebie wasn't a disaster after all! Apple says 'Songs of Innocence' was fully-downloaded 26 million times.
Chrome users can just head to Netflix’s site to start streaming.