The invite for Google's mystery press event is officially billed as a breakfast with Sundar Pichai, the company's head of Android.
Dish Network moves beyond its traditional channel guide to app-based program selection via its Hopper DVR.
More brick-and-mortar retailers are tracking shoppers who come into their stores by using Wi-Fi signals to figure out how long shoppers stay, where they look, and whether they wind up at a cash register.
When Microsoft ditched the Xbox One's Internet connectivity requirement, it also ditched some useful features. At least one could make a comeback, however.
The update helps owners who use Google contacts and calendars, as well as those who like to monitor their usage of their smartphone.
Dropbox's plan to replace your hard drive with seamless storage in the sky sounds awesome—except for the for the parts that don't.
Former Disney chief Michael Eisner has warned that Hulu being up for sale could mean the demise of shows streaming online the day after they air.
Amazon is trying to give mobile Flash a new lease on life, long after Adobe left the plug-in for dead on phones and tablets.
Despite claims that a security flaw affecting 99 percent of Android devices could turn a legitimate app into a Trojan horse, most Android users have little to worry about.
If there was any doubt left that Nokia's next Windows Phone would have a greatly improved camera, Microsoft erased it with a couple of Flickr photos.
Microsoft will work with Intel, as well as trackpad technology companies Elan and Synaptics, on its Precision Touchpad effort.
Microsoft will drop integration for Facebook and Flickr from the Photos app in Windows 8.1.
Pebble arrives at Best Buy on June 7 for $150 -- the same price as pre-orders from Pebble's website.
Options hidden deep in this developer tool signal that Windows Phones may soon support Full HD displays. (Finally!)
While the PC gaming world waits for Steam to kick off its annual summer games sale, Amazon is getting an early jump with some deals of its own.