After embarrassingly stumbling about while ARM and Qualcomm won the smartphone war, Intel has no intention of missing out on the next big trend. It's betting we'll be mad about wearables in the near future, and is taking a scattergun…
Google Fit received a big update, which allows for offline step tracking and supports 100 new activities. The app also works on Android Wear now, so users can go exercise with their smartwatch only, while keeping tabs on activity levels.
If you live in India, Indonesia, or the Philippines, you can now download YouTube videos to watch later. However, there are some catches, such as a 48-hour time limit and the functionality being region-specific.
Uber's troubles don't seem to stop, as a London woman revealed she was sexually harassed by an Uber driver earlier in the year. Uber did not tell the woman what it did with the driver, though he is no longer on the Uber platform.
Finnish startup Vsenn, founded by a former Nokia project manager, is producing a modular smartphone to take on Google's Project Ara. It promises owners will be able to upgrade many aspects of the phone, from the screen size to the OS.
In a move set to rescue a number of holiday shoppers who've left things to the very last minute, Amazon has rolled out a new e-card app called 'Surprise!' that lets you quickly and easily send Amazon gift cards to loved ones.