According to SurveyMonkey, Pokémon Go remains incredibly popular in the US, but is already beginning to decline.
Terms and conditions apply, but if the company's stores can't perform a same-day upgrade on your Windows 10-compatible PC, it'll give you a new Dell notebook.
A massive throng of Pokémon Go players appeared in Central Park to catch a rare Vaporeon. Hilarity ensues.
Facebook will allow violent or graphic video streams that document live, newsworthy events, the company announced Friday
According to Polygon, you'll be able to play select games across Xbox One and Windows 10 devices starting September 13.
Although there are a few limitations, you can now purchase a wide variety of products from Amazon by merely talking to Amazon's virtual assistant.
What's next for Microsoft's hardware efforts? If recent reports are to believed, it looks like an all-in-one desktop is on the way,
The lawsuit is part of an effort by the livestreaming site to prevent video creators from gaming the system and artificially inflating their view counts.
Citrix's remote access service got hit by a "sophisticated" attack over the weekend, prompting password resets for all GoToMyPC users.
If you've synced photos from your phone to Facebook, you have until July 7 to get the Moments app or download your photos; otherwise, they will disappear from Facebook.
Microsoft Wallet 2.0, coming as part of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, will let you pay via NFC credit card terminals, and will support loyalty cards from a range of US-based merchants.
A quirk in Facebook's developer tools lets anyone randomly see links others have shared using Facebook Messenger. But don't hold your breath for Facebook to issue a fix.
Watch this video to see Android apps in action on Chrome OS.
The social network's new feed, which will put posts it thinks you'll be most interested in at the top, will begin rolling out to users over the next month.
The social media company appears to be gradually moving all mobile website users to its standalone Messenger app for iOS and Android.
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