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The changes add support for two-factor authentication, and don't require users give the app their password.
Apple Music may have Spotify in its sights, but it isn't going down without a fight.
Estimating the number of people present by looking at Wi-Fi signals could help make buildings more energy efficient
Improved data-blending capabilities are on the way in Lumira 1.27
InboxVudu from Parakweet parses the messages in your inbox to surface the important ones. Here's what happened after I tried it.
Virtual reality has been '10 years away for 40 years,' says one CEO, but it's now on our doorstep
Skype’s real-time language translator is impressive already, but it can’t get better without more data. So later this summer, Skype Translator Preview will break out of the Windows Store and become a feature in Skype’s main desktop software.
Critics are upset that changes to PayPal's terms of service will let it ping users in these ways for marketing purposes
Microsoft has opened up the web version of Skype to anyone in the United States and United Kingdom, though full Chromebook support is still lacking.
The Delhi police has said that three ride-hailing services did not have the required licenses to operate
A connector for Active Directory integration is now in beta
Just when you thought you were safe from autoplay videos, you now have to block them in HTML5 as well as Flash. Here's how--but sorry, there's no solution for Explorer.
Data-profiling tools help companies find and fix issues such as inconsistent or invalid data
Shift's site lets buyers browse used cars that are vetted by mechanics
Microsoft's chat app for Windows, iOS and Android will close without a chance of reopening if a particular string is in their chat history