Rolling out on mobile first, the new Facebook features help you see less of former flames, and also limit your posts on their News Feeds.
The accusations have been flying for five years now in Oracle's bitter legal battle with Google, and on Thursday the companies reportedly appeared in a San Francisco District Court to hear Oracle argue its latest charge.
On The Wrap this week Volvo intros a new concept car that will pave the way for autonomous vehicles, Facebook enables Safety Check and there's a renewed push for chip and pin for new credit cards.
Well, that was a quick exit. We've been testing the Android Wear watch since last Thursday, and it's had reliability issues. And now our concerns have been validated.
Go ahead: Drop it on the floor. Sit on the kickstand. HP's Elite X2 is the one Surface clone that's repairable.
VMware co-founder Diane Greene will oversee all of Google's cloud businesses, including its Cloud Platform and Apps productivity suite, the company announced Thursday.
Microsoft launched the fourth technical preview for the next version of Windows Server on Thursday, giving the public access to its new Hyper-V containers.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.2 is now generally available, with new additions focusing on containers, security, networking and system administration.
Enthusiast desktops will be the first to get Intel's new class of Optane products, which could bring much faster SSDs and memory to PCs.
Uber's new Business Profiles let users pay with a separate credit card and generate expense reports.
Facebook is more than doubling the speed of its Wedge open-source network switch, which is good news both for Facebook users and for anyone who may want to build a 100-gigabit switch.
Intel said FPGAs could be used in autonomous cars and IoT devices.
We're finally close to a launch for Google's take on sharing Play Store content with family members.
The latest APIs bring Marshmallow's new permissions model, optimizations for round and square watches, and new wrist gestures.
The service could do well in Korea where LG has large market share, but it will be an uphill battle against Google and Samsung in the U.S.
Switch to Sprint from another major carrier, and it'll cut your bill in half for two years.