The infamous torrent site returns after being offline for two months.
A new software update for Amazon's virtual assistant device lets you use spoken commands to control iTunes, Pandora, and Spotify playback.
HTC will miss its goal of releasing a Lollipop update to US consumers within 90 days of receiving the OS from Google.
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Walmart's $25 streaming stick undercuts the competition's prices by a good margin.
California ditches a newly instated policy that required rideshare drivers to register their cars as commercial vehicles.
Android's quick responses let you send a text message to a caller when you can't answer the phone. Customize them quickly and easily.
The country's government wants Twitter to block a newspaper's account after it published details on a secret government investigation.
The purported deal may cost Google less than $100 million, according to TechCrunch.
Major TV makers and content producers team up to make 4K HDTV matter.
Twitter looks to team up with publishers to display ads on other websites.
PC gaming isn't dead yet, and Steam's explosive growth in the past two years is proof.
Verified Twitter accounts can request access to new video publishing tools; the rest of us will have to wait.
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