Philips Hue firmware update blocks third-party bulbs, and it doesn’t go over well.
As Facebook focuses on Moments app, private photo sharing is getting its moment in the sun.
With 1989 concert stream, Taylor Swift becomes a major marketing point for Apple Music.
Pandora's personalized Thumbprint Radio hopes to take on Apple Music and Spotify.
Valve's Steam hack crackdown: Users without two-factor authentication must wait three days for trades.
The Smach Z Steam-powered PC gaming handheld makes a lot of dubious promises.
With multi-room audio support, Chromecast's low-budget assault on Sonos begins in earnest.
Google Photos now lets users collaborate and add the shared albums to their own collections.
Tacos, burritos, and other Unicode 8 emojis arrive on Twitter.com, but not on TweetDeck yet.
Verizon joins AT&T in attacking net neutrality, with "toll-free data" for companies who pay.
The Pebble Time Round might actually appeal to smartwatch haters.
Google may have spent most of 2015 in rebuilding mode, but its products and services still managed to shake things up—for better and worse.
Terrorist attacks, earthquakes, and racial tension make Facebook’s list of most-discussed topics.
Cortana heads to iOS and Android as a companion for Windows 10 PCs.
Google's OnHub Shells turn the fancy new router into a decorative piece.