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Google is using third parties to make its productivity apps more useful on Android. The company announced Thursday that it's now possible to bring functionality from apps like Scanbot, DocuSign and ProsperWorks into Docs and Sheets on its mobile operating system.
Minecraft for Windows 10 just hit its first birthday, and to celebrate, Oculus Rift VR support will roll out "in the coming weeks."
Asana announced a new feature on Thursday that's aimed at cutting down on emails asking when a particular task will be finished.
Oracle's purchase of NetSuite may be the most anticipated acquisition in the history of enterprise software.
IT administrators managing Dropbox deployments are supposed to have an easier time with it soon, thanks to improvements that the company announced Wednesday.
Janky controller support, busted audio. Don't touch the new Marvel: Ultimate Alliance PC ports with a ten-foot pole, lest the pole light on fire too.
Hackers love health apps because their popularity has outpaced the industry's ability to safeguard them. Technology experts discussed the privacy and security risks at a House hearing July 14 with the Energy and Commerce subcommittee.
Real-time bidding is an aspect of digital marketing that can seem overly complex for the average bear, so it was only a matter of time before AI entered the picture.
Microsoft's beefing up Office 365 with new Editor and Researcher features in Word to improve the quality and depth of your writing.
General Electric has more than a century of industrial experience, but it hopes to leverage outside expertise in its IoT mission. This week the company is hosting a developer conference for its GE Predix software platform and announcing developer kits.
Microsoft is finally bringing one of the best features of its Outlook mobile app to the desktop: Focused Inbox.
Plus Rick and Morty finally did it—meaning the duo's coming to virtual reality—and Battleborn is only $15. This is gaming news for July 18 - 22.
Windows 10's free upgrade ends July 29. Are you ready? Here's what to expect and how to get ready for it.
Seventeen high-risk vulnerabilities out of the 276 flaws fixed by Oracle Tuesday also affect products from third-party software vendors, including Microsoft.
Southwest Airlines in Dallas, Texas, said Wednesday that performance issues with its technology systems had led to flight delays.