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Opera, and other browser makers, face multimedia challenges as HTML5 becomes a reality on mobile devices and desktops.
In less than a year, Instagram users had taken and shared 150 million photos, and soon more will have access, the company CEO confirmed at a tech conference this weekend.
Amazon hired a Hollywood insider, triggering a guessing game as to whether the online behemoth may be joining Netflix and Hulu in producing original TV content for its online streaming business.
The app will automatically upload your images to a expanded cloud storage from a Mac or Windows PC or Android device, with iOS support expected soon.
Adobe will launch its Creative Cloud software-and-services bundle alongside Creative Suite 6 in the first half of the year.
VideoLAN introduces its first release candidate for VLC 2.0, and announces plans to port the new version to iOS and Android.
Google missed the Flash boat, after Adobe announced it is abandoning development of Flash for mobile browsers.
An update to the Google Earth ocean-floor-mapping algorithm eliminates a grid-like pattern that some suspected might be the mythical lost city of Atlantis.
Company bows to howls by iBook authors and publishers on restrictions in
Tunes by rap artists Kanye West, Jay Z, and Ice Cube are affected.
A new study argues that artists are thriving and companies that adapt to new methods could thrive also.
There’s more than one way to rid yourself of your old DVDs and CDs. We round up the best options.
Google is providing the World Bank, governments, and U.N. agencies access to Google Map Maker geospatial data and detailed map information.
The photo editing website Picnik heads to the dark room April 19, as Google pushes its Google+ services instead.