Don't-Miss App Stories
The free app does a fine job of sending photos to your TV, but there are better options for video.
The EFF’s new app sends updates about the organization’s efforts to push for more online privacy.
It's going to get cheaper to take an Uber ride in 48 cities across the U.S. this winter, and that's a good thing for both customers and drivers, Uber says.
The app update also lets you peruse through your Card history and control how loud urgent alerts are.
The Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint previews for your Android tablet are now available to download from the Google Play store, even if you don't have an invite.
The company may pull apps that don’t start yanking the tributes from their Play Store listings.
Grab Five Nights at Freddy’s, Tetris, and some useful apps like Plex to fill up your free time during the holidays.
Unified Remote adds smartwatch support for launching apps and controlling media playback, but it's far from flawless.
Buyers of its Galaxy smartphones and tablet continue to prefer Google and third party apps
Watch live and on-demand content from Showtime Showcase, QVC, MSNBC and other new channels.
It’s pulling the plug for international markets in February and canceling the U.S. version in early 2015.
It's hard enough trying to keep your family's heritage alive in this homogenous world, but at least there's a keyboard app that won't diss you for speaking two languages.
Keep your phone in your pocket by archiving a message or dictating a reply right from your wrist.