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Google Maps is improving offline functionality by bringing it much closer to Maps' connected mode.
Just can't accept Twitter's decision to dump favorites and stars for hearts and likes? This Chrome extension can help you return to the glory days of Twitter.
New tools allow developers to report questionable user reviews as Microsoft continues work toward improving the Windows Store.
A mobile app developer had a tough time figuring out why Apple was rejecting its app until it found the XcodeGhost malware hidden in an unlikely place.
Researchers in Singapore began a two-year trial this week of a smartphone app that attempts to use artificial intelligence to influence the real world decisions of users.
Google's Keep app for iOS got a bit more competitive with other apps like Evernote thanks to new features the company added Thursday.
Microsoft buys Mobile Data Labs, the developer of top iOS mileage tracking app MileIQ. The goal may not be a Windows app, but data collection.
Hivemapper takes the video signal from your drone and superimposes onto it details of buildings and points of interest nearby. And if you get too close to those buildings, it also serves up a warning that you might be about to hit them.
Cortana for iPhone will soon be up for a beta test.
A new feature Google announced Tuesday lets people get through a whole bunch of email using machine-learning-powered smart replies.
The free, invitation-only app for iOS and Android may make it easier to meet up with your friends IRL.
As long as you're willing to tie yourself to the Amazon Appstore for future app updates, a ton of cool titles are on the house.
Google gave a handful of its productivity apps a boost, with updates for Docs, Sheets, Keep, and Slides for Android.
With the latest update, you can rather easily record a gaming session and upload it to YouTube.
Facebook announced a new sharing experience for iOS users on Wednesday that is supposed to make it clearer to users what they're sharing to the social network, and how that will look when displayed on the News Feed.
You can finally nix someone from Google's automatic grouping capability.