Apple may have posted some disappointing earnings in the second quarter of 2016, but it's not all bad news -- services, like the App Store, have hit its highest revenue ever at $6 billion, 20 percent up from last year.
With Canadian Netflix users not being able to access content outside of their own country, they’re increasingly turning to piracy, which could be a major problem for Netflix considering the country’s number of cord-cutters.
Now, adding Microsoft Exchange accounts in Gmail is no longer restricted to a handful of devices. Google has enabled support for all Android devices. The update is still rolling out in phases, so it may be a while until you can download it…
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper has made claims that Jonathan Snowden's whistleblowing and public release of national security data accelerated encryption development and distribution by many years.
Fake product reviews on Amazon threaten to undermine the site's integrity, and the e-commerce giant knows it. The company has just gone to court again, suing a number of individuals associated with firms that allegedly provide sellers with…
Want to know whether to read that Web article right now or save it for later? Readism is a new Chrome extension that claims to accurately estimate how long a piece of text will take to read. And it'll even do the same for books.
Lingohop is a new language-learning platform that launched on Kickstarter. It works through four-minute lessons based on topics you choose, and aims to teach you a language through relevant conversations you want to have.
If you're a Spotify user, you may want to check your activity on the streaming service. The service may recently have suffered a breach, according to a new report, with hundreds of users' credentials being posted online.
Former NSA and CIA directors, along with various other former officials have backed Apple in the encryption war. Their comments have angered U.S. law enforcement officials, who believe money is a motivating factor for their new stance.