Add Epic to the growing number of game developers with Flappy Bird clones.
A new app lets you generate two-factor authentication codes on your desktop PC. Here's how it works.
Chrome OS received some new features on Tuesday including app folders, in-browser hotword detection, and the return of the minimize button.
The XMPP Standards Foundation on Monday marked the first day that a large number of XMPP services will require encrypted connections by default.
Now you don't have to download that attachment to your Android phone! Send it directly to Google Drive instead.
AT&T wants to buy DirecTV and is making several promises to sweeten the deal. But are AT&T's commitments all they're cracked up to be?
With the FCC giving AT&T's Leap acquisition the thumbs up two months ago, AT&T is targeting Sprint and T-Mobile with its no-contract, low-cost provider.
There's so much stuff to read online, but who has the time? Instapaper and Pocket help you time shift your online reading.
You can't buy a phone from Google Play with PayPal, but you can use the email-centric payment method to buy apps.
Bandwidth caps are coming back for Comcast home Internet customers, according to one company executive.
Add another big title to this summer's blockbuster releases: Flappy Bird is coming back to smartphones.
Microsoft just released a new look for the Windows Store that the company says will make it easier to find great apps for your Windows devices.
Getting remote access to your PCs has never been easier thanks to a Chrome browser extension from Google.