Just days after Google announced native Word editing for Docs and other improvements to its productivity suite, it has removed Quickoffice. Google bought Quickoffice two years ago to improve its own apps.
No one likes to pay for ringtones (or seemingly anything for that matter). So why not keep the money and check out our quick guide for creating free, custom ringtones using iTunes, GarageBand and Fried Cookies' Ringtone Maker.
A new app called Moment aims to help you kick your iPhone addiction by monitoring our smartphone use. You can also set limits for yourself and the app wills end you notifications when you've exceeded your limit.
Google recently unveiled Android Wear — a mobile operating system specifically designed for forthcoming smartwatches — but how does the software stack up against Apple's much-anticipated foray into the realm of wearable tech?
FireChat, the messaging app that works even without Internet connection, was downloaded in large numbers in Irag as the government blocks social media sites due to a terror threat from extremist Sunni militants ISIS.
Kaspersky Lab discovered a new remote-controlled trojan called Galileo that governments can use to gain full access to users' smartphones. The spyware can reportedly track your position on Google Maps, monitor your phone calls, and read your messages.
According to security firm McAfee, 80 percent of Flappy Bird clones contain some kind of malware. While it's in the company's best interest to alert users of this, it's still prudent to practice smart tactics when it comes to sketchy applications and…