Microsoft reportedly building Office for Android tablets, looking for testers

After the success of Office for iPad, which clocked up 12 million downloads in its first week, Microsoft is said to be working on a version for Android tablets for release later this year. And the company wants your help to test it.

Internet Explorer continues to dominate desktop browser share

Internet Explorer is the most widely used desktop Web browser, and it's not even close, according to Net Marketshare.

Google+ Photos gets new Snapseed-style selective editing tools

Snapseed may not be coming to your desktop, but Google+ Photos brings you similar non-destructive, selective editing tools with a variety of nifty effects.

Ride-share service BlaBlaCar has big ambitions following $100m investment

Ride-sharing service BlaBlaCar has caught the eye of investors who've offered the startup $100m to build its business. BlaBlaCar connects drivers and passengers heading to the same destination, enabling both to save on the cost of travel.
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Yahoo saves cult comedy Community from cancellation

Definitely fantastic news for anyone that loved to watch Community on NBC, Yahoo has stepped up to the plate to save the show and will be producing a 13-episode season of the half-hour comedy.
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Crowdfunding helps Ukrainians build ‘people’s drone’ to aid poorly resourced army

Crowdfunding may not be the usual method for raising cash to help equip a national army with fighting apparatus and drones, but a Ukraine IT executive intent on supporting his country's troops has found the platform to be just the ticket.

Activists take to the skies in NSA spying protest

On the same day that the NSA releases its first ever Transparency Report, a group of activists including Greenpeace and the EFF fly a blimp in protest above one of the Agency's data centers.

Missed Google I/O? Here are 5 big things you need to know

Google I/O has come and gone, but we have the scoop on all the big news that came out of the three-day conference in California. Google showed off all sorts of new software and hardware for us to soon enjoy.

Autographer wearable camera adds new mount adapter

The Autographer is a wearable camera that decides the best moment to take a shot, without any user intervention. The company says the device lets users "see the unseen" in what it describes as "a whole new photographic approach."

YouTube announces new features for creators, with 60fps support, tip jar, and more

YouTube is launching a ton of new features for creators, including support for videos running at 60 frames per second, a virtual tip jar to help generate more revenue, a new sound effects library and subtitle feature, and the release of a…
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Mozilla is not secretly working on a Chromecast of its own, but someone else is

Is the Chromecast a little too Google-y for your liking? You might soon be able to pick up a Firefox OS-powered alternative, but it won't be made by Mozilla.

Doh! Burglar breaks into house, checks Facebook, forgets to log out, gets caught

Seems like some people are REALLY addicted to Facebook. One guy in Minnesota couldn't even burglarize a house without resisting the temptation to log into the social networking site. Trouble is, he forgot to log out, a silly error that led…