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Attention Windows 10 users: Microsoft is offering massive deals on over 1000 items in the Windows Store through November 29th.
Uber's new Business Profiles let users pay with a separate credit card and generate expense reports.
If you're wondering whether that free app you've had your eye on has ads, you'll soon be able to tell at a glance.
It may not be long before you can try out an app directly from Google search.
New options let you delete the offline version of backed-up images and downgrade the quality from photos saved to your cloud.
If you've come to rely on all that Pushbullet can do, it's time to pony up for a monthly or annual subscription.
Your queries to Google search can now use more complex phrases, superlatives, and time-specific references.
Thousands of mobile applications use cloud-based, back-end services in an insecure way, allowing anyone to access millions of sensitive records created by users, according to a recent study.
Thanks to a partnership with Songkick, Spotify listeners will now know whenever their favorite bands are coming to town.
The app is available for all, but has particular perks for subscribers to YouTube Red, Google's $10 per month video and music package.
Facebook Notify is either brilliantly efficient or your worst nightmare.
Microsoft Garage is back with another machine learning project. This time the company wants to rank the quality of your facial hair.
Companies offering services through apps, venture capitalists and worker advocates are proposing a new model for worker benefits that will be "portable" across the number of jobs they do in the new on-demand economy.
New Facebook feature, 'Photo Magic,' will scan your camera roll and prompt you to share photos it finds of your friends.
Google Maps is improving offline functionality by bringing it much closer to Maps' connected mode.