Ideal for Facebook users that are also hooked on Twitter's micro-blogging social network, the development team at Twitter has vastly improved how tweets appear on Facebook.
Ideal for anyone that wants to avoid the repetitive process of making the bed, a furniture company has developed a new bed design that takes us one step closer to Bruce Willis's apartment in The Fifth Element.
Leveraging social recommendations of nearly one billion Facebook users, the new Facebook App Center promotes app discovery for both Web and mobile platforms.
Attempting to solve everyday problems with creative digital solutions, the development team at Quirky has come up with an interesting way to keep an eye on the milk.
As Google TV continues to struggle to gain acceptance within North America, a new wave of set-top boxes may encourage Android smartphone owners to invest in Google TV technology.
As more air travelers are looking for ways to keep themselves entertained during long trips, a Singapore airline is offering shiny, new iPads to customers for the flight.
Continuing to support its lineup of video streaming devices, Western Digital has rolled out another firmware update for the WD TV Live lineup.
While Microsoft and Google continue to compete for browser market share, a new version of Mozilla's Firefox brings some much needed improvements to the user interface.
In an attempt to continue improving current versions of the Kindle, Amazon has rolled out a new update to improve the reading experience.
As more consumers look for easier ways to accept payments for everyday items or services, Square is continuing to push the Square credit card reader into as many retail locations as possible.
Definitely far to comfortable with posting personal information on social networks, criminals in New York are being locked up after accepting a friend request from a cop.
While some Web-savvy consumers have turned to browser extensions to avoid online tracking, Microsoft is rolling out a much more effective solution with the launch of Internet Explorer 10.
As more wireless customers are using their smartphones for data rather than voice calls, AT&T management is looking to a future where voice and texting plans are a thing of the past.
For anyone looking to trade privacy for a discount on car insurance, Ford owners will soon be able to authorize State Farm to watch mileage through Ford SYNC.