Microsoft recently re-branded Windows Store apps as "Windows apps," from the previous "Universal apps." This is the latest in a long tradition of name shuffling, but the challenges faced by Windows 10 remain the same.
Repair booking service Openbay has expanded its app that allows diagnostic information to be sent directly to mechanics. A device connected to the car allows users to idenify specific car issues then use Openbay’s mechanic network to…
Apple won't be selling the Apple Watch in its retail stores to any old passer-by; you'll need an appointment to try one out. It's a brave strategy that could just mean the difference between failure and success for the new wearable.
Austrian law school graduate and privacy campaigner Max Schrems filed a class-action lawsuit against Facebook, arguing the social network violated EU privacy laws. The case is currently being heard in Europe's highest court.
According to a report, Samsung is expecting a shortage of Galaxy S6 Edge units as it grapples with manufacturing issues due to the device's curved display. Samsung is working to curb the issues as much as possible.
Google's long-neglected photo editing app, Snapseed, has finally received some much-needed attention. It's gaining great new tools on Android and iOS. The photo editing app is now more full-featured and offers non-destructive edits.
A recent report revealed BlackBerry Messenger has a more loyal user base than any other Android messaging service. This report includes apps such as WhatsApp and WeChat, as well as social media apps like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
According to recent report, Google may be bringing Android Wear support to iOS. Some of the functionality might include voice search, notifications, and integration with Google apps. If it happens, Android Wear could sway some iOS users.