“Jenny from the Block” wants the block to buy Verizon phones from her.
The e-mail app that practically caused riots among iPhone users arrives on Apple’s tablet — no wait required.
Twitter is adding an extra security measure to users’ accounts in an effort to prevent unauthorized logins.
In Minecraft’s aptly named Survival Mode, players must find shelter, feed themselves and fend off monsters. But they start by mining blocks.
While the Xbox One is all-new from a technology standpoint, it also feels like a continuance of the ideas that Microsoft has been adding to the Xbox 360 since 2005.
Xbox One will be Microsoft’s eyes and ears in your home, but that only increases the company’s burden to safeguard our privacy.
Innovation as we know it has reached its apex.
The photo service, which Yahoo acquired in 2005, is now offering a whopping one terabyte of free storage, with no size limits.
The Senate dragged Apple Inc., the world’s most valuable company, into the debate over the U.S. tax code Tuesday, grilling CEO Tim Cook over allegations that its Irish subsidiaries help the company avoid billions in U.S. taxes.
With Xbox One, Microsoft’s moving to secure its place as your living room’s de facto media hub — with or without games.