Only major patches will get full-fledged release notes, according to Microsoft.
Dead Ubuntu Software Center walking.
Revelations of the sketchy track record of two members of the FitNatic team prompted us to look back at successful crowd-funding campaigns that failed to deliver.
An ex-Googler is writing a file system, Bcachefs, to match the speed of traditional Linux file systems with the advanced scalability and reliability of newer file systems.
Plus: twelve minutes of XCOM 2, six minutes of Mad Max, and one more week of summer. This is gaming news for the week of August 17-21.
A partnership between Google and Twitter that began displaying tweets in Google search results on mobile devices has been expanded to the desktop.
Intuit plans to sell its Quicken unit, the group that creates the personal finance software that made the company famous.
Now if only GameFly could do something about its very limited streaming library.
The money Uber is taking in from booked rides will increase threefold this year to around $10.8 billion, according to an investor presentation that Reuters obtained.
This is firmly in the rumor category, but we wouldn't be surprised to see Samsung see how big of a tablet buyers would be willing to get.
New tools should help developers bring their extensions over from Chrome or Opera, but existing extensions may have trouble surviving the shift.
Three years after Zambia repossessed incumbent operator Zamtel from Libya’s LapGreen Networks, the Zambian government has started hunting for an international operator to invest in the company.