In an attempt to avoid bleeding cash, Pandora is pressing pause on users who stream more than 40 hours of music per month to their smartphones and tablets.
Apps & Software
The Chrome app launcher makes Google’s web browswer like an operating system within an operating system.
A new service lets you create iPad and Android tablet apps with no expertise and relatively little money.
The super-simple file transfer app now does two-way exchanges between computers and phones.
If you buy Android apps from the Google Play Store, you may be surprised to know that the developers of those apps get access to your name, e-mail address and zip code. This isn’t a new policy, and apparently it’s by design.
Time to do a little happy dance, Linux-heads: Valve’s Steam client for Linux is finally with us, and I don’t mean the beta.
I have a feeling Timbre’s going to live on my iPhone for a long time, if only because it’s such a delight to use.
Give it a shot if your office software needs don’t justify Microsoft’s $140-and-up asking price.
Last month, my first book was published. It was released by an ebook-only publisher, and its story, like the story of writing itself, is linked to technology.
When it comes to streaming music services, I seem to have a deadly touch. I’m worried that Rdio, of which I became a paid user in December, may be the next one to fall.
One of the biggest new twists in Office 2013 involves how you might end up paying for it. Here’s how to do the math on Microsoft’s new Office subscription plan.
Some day, you won’t need an all-Apple setup just to look up a video on your phone and send it over to your television — and that day may actually come sooner than you think, due to a joint effort by Netflix and YouTube.