Netflix has surpassed 75 million streaming users, while HBO is struggling to crack 1 million, CBS couldn't reliable stream the Grammys, and Fox is desperately dangling $25,000 reward money for its users.
Everyone likes free apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, developers put paid apps on sale for a limited time, but you have to snatch them up fast. Here are the latest and greatest apps on sale in the iOS App…
T-Mobile continues to shatter expectations. The Un-carrier nearly triples its net profit year-on-year and adds 8.3 million net customers during the fourth quarter 2015. However, 2016 might not be as spectacular.
Expanding the screen space and productivity of a tablet or smartphone is a handy thing indeed, but what NexDock is looking to do in the future could be even more exciting: offering customizable computer solutions no matter what you're…
Xiaomi fan? Well, there have been two different leaks of the Mi5, claiming the device will have a Snapdragon 820 processor and a USB Type C port. We now know it'll arrive at the end of February, with a possible launch date of February 26.
Apple CEO Tim Cook takes an unprecedented stand for encryption and privacy in a new letter to customers, which explains why the company declined to create a backdoor for the FBI to investigate the contents of a terrorist's iPhone.
Cheetah Mobile, responsible for Android apps like Clean Master, may be working on a smartphone project with Chinese brand Cubot, where its software will come pre-installed. The result may be revealed at Mobile World Congress.
An insidious new piece of Android malware has been spotted operating in the wild. It's called Mazar, and it gives an attacker almost complete access to your phone, including the ability to erase its contents.
A judge on Tuesday ordered Apple to help the FBI gain access to the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino killers. However, Apple's CEO later responded, saying that despite the FBI's good intentions, it's too risky for it to offer a backdoor…
Verizon is bringing back its popular promo offering 24GB of data per line for life. You'll need to be on a XL, XXL or bigger plan to make use of it. The data comes in the form of 2GB per month added to your data pool -- and it's shareable.
If the notion of Big Brother makes you feel safe rather than suspicious, this new social network is perfect for you. But if you're like the majority of the NSA-hating population, prepare to feel your skin crawl with new app Follower.