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.
The update breaks a hack that allowed Oculus games on non-Oculus headsets, but is the company really reneging on a promise, as some have suggested?
Previously only for Windows Insider testers, the Feedback Hub is now available for free from the Windows Store.
Microsoft plans to double the number of promoted apps that appear in the Start menu with this summer's big Windows 10 update.
If you're running Windows 10 Preview build 14332, you can use these two popular ad-blocking extensions for Microsoft Edge.
Windows 95 on an Apple Watch isn't exactly practical, but it looks like a fun way to relive the 90s on your wrist.
Take a quick tour of what’s new in the developer preview of Android N.
The latest update lets you view notifications, read new emails, and reply to messages from the comfort of your wrist.
San Francisco is sending letters to over 37,000 ridesharing drivers to notify them of the city's business permit requirement.
The X4 will cover your basic smartphone needs, but little else.
Researchers from Northwestern University discover how an attacker could write a Firefox add-on that takes advantage of security holes in other Firefox add-ons to do its bidding.
That emoji you see on Android may mean something completely different to an iOS user, according to a research study.
The university will build an esports arena and livestreaming studio, and offer scholarships to competitive gamers starting this fall.
Office for Mac's forthcoming add-in support is one of a number of new add-in features coming to Microsoft's productivity suite.