Twitter looks to team up with publishers to display ads on other websites.
PC gaming isn't dead yet, and Steam's explosive growth in the past two years is proof.
Verified Twitter accounts can request access to new video publishing tools; the rest of us will have to wait.
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Seth Rogen and James Franco's latest film becomes a hit on legal streaming sites—and torrent sites as well.
Goolge experiments with bringing spoken commands and questions to Chromebooks, and Dev Channel users can take it for a spin.
It sounds like something out of old spy movies, but it isn't.
Cortana, taskbar tweaks, and an updated titlebar for Modern UI apps are among the highlights of the leaked Build 9901.
Double Fine announces a release date for one LucasArts retro game revival—and introduces another.
Uber drivers operating in Portland, Oregon risk fines up to $5000 as the ridesharing service comes to the city.
Battery running dry? Android Lollipop's battery saver feature can help eke it out until you get home.
Android Lollipop's new notifications features can help keep new email messages from disturbing you as you try to fall asleep.
The group inside Sony that developed the watch featured it in a crowdfunding project, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The ridiculously powerful GPU's prices have dropped steadily after debuting at $1500.
The complaint is the latest in a series of legal maneuvers in a patent fight between the two companies.