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Offline viewing is coming to YouTube, but the fine details remain murky.
After Microsoft and Google settled their differences, a Microsoft-authored YouTube app is back in the Windows Phone Store.
Bend the rules of physics. Build bridges for blobs. It's all in good fun.
The new Redbox app in the Windows Store eliminates most of the minor irritations associated with frequenting the cardinal-colored kiosks.
Dish Network moves beyond its traditional channel guide to app-based program selection via its Hopper DVR.
The online-streaming service Friday introduced a trial run for Max, the company’s take on services like Siri and Google Now. Max will work only with the PlayStation 3.
A 1996 podcasting patent is in the crosshairs of two digital rights groups, which are hoping the public will help them get the patent invalidated.
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Here are the six best free tools for the connected commuter.
Google on Wednesday demanded that Microsoft yank its YouTube app for Windows Phone from the market and disable any downloaded copies of the app, according to Wired.com, which received a copy of Google's cease and desist letter.
As part of a marketing partnership with Paramount Pictures to promote the latest Star Trek movie, Microsoft will add Klingon to the languages available at Bing Translator on the Web and in a Windows Phone 8 app.