The most visually-pleasing (or cluttered) social network will soon be infusing even more visual capabilities into its platform.
As long as a system has a browser, a vast proportion of home users will be happy. Throw in a few apps, and that proportion of satisfied users climbs even higher. Is this enough to bring success for the Android desktop?
It usually only happens after a mishap, but I want you to join me in resolving to backup your Mac regularly in 2014. Here's how.
Microsoft has started sharing more information publicly about its planned volume-licensing changes rolling out in the coming months.
Borrowing a page from Amazon's playbook, AT&T is adding a new service in which customers can browse and stream specific digital content while corporate sponsors pick up the tab.
Unlike the slow arrivals of Thunderbolt peripherals several years ago, Thunderbolt 2 storage and devices may beat the previous trend. New Mac Pro owners have something to shout about.
Nuance Cloud Services is debuting at CES 2014, where connected devices and the overall "Internet of Things/Everything" bonanza is sure to hog the spotlight all week.
Every Boston city employee from police officers to public school teachers now have a Google Apps account.
The initiative will see the end of paper tickets and illegal sales
The boutique PC company hedges its bets with a hybrid Steam Machine that starts at $1,899.
Mark Zuckerberg has given 18 million Facebook shares to charity in 2013 increasing the value of his donations from $500 million to almost $1 billion.
Former HTC executive jumps to BlackBerry, despite more than $5 billion in losses over two quarters.
Microsoft's Power BI for Office 365 self-service business-intelligence tool bundle is still in preview. But its three-tiered pricing plan is now public.
Nvidia has been talking up Tegra solutions for years now, but their impact on the real-worked has been limited. If the Tegra K1 is going to be different, Nvidia needs to do more than just come up with the silicon.
"Billy hasn't brushed his teeth today." Great, thanks. But surely it's your duty as his parent to make sure he does? M2M can be a nag, but doesn't always solve a problem.
Freescale teamed with Kynetics and Revolution Robotics to create the wearables reference platform (WaRP) designed to enable multiple form factors.
The tool provides a single application programming interface (API) that developers can use to integrate with Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, Sky Drive and Microsoft SharePoint.
Most mobile device management solutions are targeted at large companies, but this cloud-based service lets small companies protect two tablets or smartphones for free.