The NSA can’t hear you now: How to easily encrypt calls on your iPhone

For years, iPhone users haven't had a free and easy-to-use app that can encrypt calls -- but now, at long last, Signal is here to change all that

Mobile

56 impressive iPad Air and iPad 4 cases and covers

It looks great, it’s comfortable to hold, but even the iPad Air needs some protection. Check out our top picks for the best iPad Air cases to add function and style to your Apple tablet. We've got iPad 1-4 Cases, too.

Mobile

Modbook Pro X turns a Retina MacBook Pro into a tablet paired with a stylus

The Modbook Pro X takes MacBook modding to the next level, tablet-izing what's arguably the most recognizable name in the laptop world.

Computing

Alex Kurtzman to direct new film based on The Mummy

The veteran writer/producer is in talks to direct The Mummy, which will be the first film in Universal Pictures' cinematic universe of classic monsters.

Movies

Final Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC, Nemesis, revives Modern Warfare’s Shipment map

Activision Blizzard has posted a video teasing the fourth and final DLC pack for 2013's Call of Duty: Ghosts, called Nemesis.

Gaming

Hulu’s free TV episodes are finally on Android tablets and phones

The over-the-top digital video service announced today at its Hulu Upfront advertising event that it will begin offering free mobile access to ad-supported full TV episodes this summer - even for users without a Hulu Plus subscription.

Home Theater

Rayman creator founds new studio, but will continue working with Ubisoft

Michel Ancel, the designer behind the Rayman and Beyond Good & Evil, has founded a new studio called Wild Sheep, but will also continue on developing titles for Ubisoft Montpellier.

Gaming

Comcast service call goes south as customer allegedly pulls a gun

Gloria Baca-Lucero became so upset with unanticipated Comcast service fees that she reportedly pulled a gun on a worker during a routine service call. The woman was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, booked into jail, and released later that…

Home Theater

Hands-on with Shazam for Mac: It knows what music you’re listening to, for the most part

Shazam, the app that tells you the name of that song whose name you just can't put your finger on, has arrived on Mac OS X. So, we gave it a spin. Here's what we think.

Computing

Guardians of the Galaxy review

The newest Marvel Studios movie isn't the most emotionally complicated blockbuster of the year, but it wins for sheer fun an entertainment value.

Movies

iWatch Rumors: Sapphire screen production issues to result in limited launch

Apple's iWatch has been one of the biggest secrets in tech for a couple years now. Here's a look at everything we know about it, from the team designing it to the features it might have.

Mobile

Net neutrality is under threat from the FCC: What it is, and how we got here

Over the past few weeks (or years), you’ve probably heard a lot about Net neutrality. If you want to know what it's all about, we’ve constructed a timeline to show the relevant events that led us to this point.

Web

BBM lands on Windows Phone with tile interface

BlackBerry finally released BBM for Windows Phone after much ado. The app features a tiled user interface that's well-suited to Microsoft's operating system.

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