Amazon's new WorkMail service could take on Microsoft Outlook and Gmail as the next big thing in enterprise email.
President Obama will answer questions on Google Plus after he makes his State of the Union address to Congress Tuesday night.
Wireless providers and component suppliers are trying to talk the FCC out of a nationwide public Super Wi-Fi network.
Speaktoit's Assistant for Android now offers a premium account for command storage and extra voices.
Amazon has acquired the company that provides text-to-speech technology on the Kindle Fire HD 8.9-inch tablet.
Facebook is testing a service that allows a sender's message to be yanked out of a receiver's "other" folder and into their inbox.
Instagram has caused quite a stir with a quiet change to its terms of service, which now allow the company to share your content as well as user information with "affiliates" and "advertisers".
Google Fiber should branch out to a nearby city, but the company could rely on its previous tactic of allowing cities and communities to beg.
Verizon is facing a lawsuit from three adult film studios for protecting its customers' rights to privacy.
The Windows 8 app allows users to call Messenger contacts whereas the Android version is now more visually appealing on tablets.
Content owners and anti-piracy firms have increased their takedown notices to Usenet services over the past six months.
Now that Windows Live Messenger has been integrated into Skype, the death of Microsoft's long-standing IM client is coming soon.
Verizon's Netflix killer is currently in closed beta, and should launch at the beginning of December.
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