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It's hard to keep a secret in the tech world these days, but Amazon managed to pull it off, announcing a surprise voice-recognition device called Echo on Thursday.
Facebook is making it easier for people to donate to the fight against Ebola.
One in five Americans share their religious thoughts and experiences on social networks, and nearly half said they saw someone else post “something about their religious faith” on the Internet, according to a Pew Research Center study on religion and electronic media.
Microsoft’s Surface tablets can’t seem to catch a break. First came the NFL blunders, when Fox commentators, ESPN announcers and local television stations confused the Surface devices for Apple's iPads.
Streaming music continues to surge ahead and shake up the music industry.
Revenue isn’t Twitter’s main mission, according to the company’s head of global revenue, Adam Bain. “We hope to touch every person on the planet,” he said, and revenue “is a byproduct of that.”
Tinder, the dating app that's become irresistibly addicting with the under-30 generation, is seeking a new chief executive to lead it through "this time of explosive growth and expansion," existing CEO Sean Rad announced Tuesday.
Government requests for Facebook data increased 24% in just six months, the social media giant said Tuesday, and nearly half of those requests came from the United States.
Warner Music Group will license some of its vast music library to SoundCloud, becoming the first major record label to strike a deal with the audio-sharing website that is challenging YouTube and Spotify.
Sound- or music-enhancing services usually try to add to the audio to improve it.
Soon you may be able to send your friends emoji that look a little more like you.
A Russian memorial to Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has been removed after last week’s announcement by the company's chief executive, Tim Cook, that he is gay.
Beats Music, the streaming service that Apple acquired as part of a $3-billion deal this year, has a new partner in the skies.
If your version of living the dream is playing hundreds of retro arcade games for free on your laptop then thank the folks at the Internet Archives.
The Apple TV gets along brilliantly with other branches of the Apple family. Music and movies from iTunes automatically load onto Apple TV, and it enables iPhones, Macs and iPads to display onto a big monitor or television.
Global smartphone shipments topped 300 million units for the second quarter in a row, propelled by new phones and emerging markets.
With smartphone buyers increasingly choosing iPhones or lower-cost options over its devices, Samsung Electronics has been hammered this year.
Reddit launched a crowdfunding tool Wednesday that gives users of the popular online forum a tailor-made alternative to Kickstarter and Indiegogo.
Former Panama dictator Manuel Noriega’s lawsuit against Activision Blizzard Inc., alleging the video game publisher wronged him by including his likeness in the blockbuster game “Call of Duty: Black Ops II,” has been thrown out by a Los Angeles County judge.
Saying that "unlimited means unlimited," the Federal Trade Commission on Tuesday announced it is suing AT&T for promising unlimited data plans and then slowing Internet speeds, known as throttling, to customers with those plans.