A useful service gets a new name and better promotion.
If electronic mail had been invented in 2014, it would probably look a lot like this.
Remember when $1 billion seemed like a lot of money for a hot app?
A veteran tech entrepreneur says that he’s about to deliver uncompromised bandwidth to every phone.
The deeper you dig into this powerful app, the more intriguing it gets.
Laggy shooting mars an otherwise impressive handset.
Fortunately, Craigslist is a lot less fussy than eBay.
The mobile-payments startup signs up its second huge customer.
In 2004, Flickr helped create the modern web — then almost got left behind by it.
As long as you’ve got incredibly deep pockets, it’s not too late to catch up on mobile gaming’s oddest fad.
It’s honest. It’s fake. It’s nice. It’s mean. And sometimes you can’t tell which is which.
A sudden “retirement” after just three months.