ZDnet’s Mary Jo Foley on the possibility that Microsoft may undo some of its Windows 8 decisions: smart!
Apps & Software
MoviePass’s Netflix-like service for movie theaters is clever, but screen owners are still deciding how they feel about it.
This is important: a device that attaches to your baby’s derriere, then relays Twitter-like alerts to your smartphone to let you know when it’s time for a diaper change.
Hopefully one of these weather apps will fit your needs perfectly… and don’t forget to pack your umbrella!
Don’t worry, Pinterest fans: Your sprawling virtual pegboards of wedding dresses, handmade jewelry, craft projects and food porn haven’t changed dramatically. They’re just easier to manage.
New stats on how Windows is doing tell us only so much.
The creative-software giant says all its new features will be part of Creative Cloud, its pay-as-you-go service.
Adobe said Monday that it will not release new versions of its Creative Suite software package, instead opting for a monthly subscription that starts at $50 for an individual.
Check out our late-spring list of PC, console and handheld video games to keep an eye on.
Feeling vain? The latest update to photo sharing app Instagram, version 3.5, brings with it a new feature called “Photos of You,” a repository for all pictures taken with your shining, happy face in them.
Here are five startups from TechCrunch’s Disrupt event in New York that you’re going to want to keep your eye on.
In the never-ending turf war between tech titans like Microsoft and Google, a new service called Kloudless is trying to make some peace.