Now you can sign up for Facebook's messaging service with just a name and phone number.
The team messaging site now boasts 1.1 million daily active users
New battery-saving features include the ability to disable Bluetooth or Wi-Fi automatically when you're low on juice.
The institute's software will be free for non-profits and academic researchers, but everyone will pay to use Google's cloud platform
The flaw could allow attackers to fully compromise systems via websites, email, USB drives and other methods.
Just press your pre-registered finger on the fingerprint scanner (yelling ‘open sesame!’ while doing so is optional).
Amazon.com's bid for what's known as a gTLD has been blocked by some countries in the Amazon region.
The move would subject them to the rules on network protection and data breach notification as banks and energy networks.
The impressive tech delivers blacker blacks and bursts of beautiful brightness, but Amazon's support is just a baby step towards mass adoption.
Should you preorder video games? No. Will you? Probably. And Bethesda's got a wearable with your name on it.
Starting in July, $17 per month gets you a smattering of cable shows and one premium pay TV channel.
The DOTCOM Act would add new requirements to the move away from the NTIA
The preview period is over. The official versions of Microsoft's new Office apps for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint are now available for Android phones.