The Unicode Consortium has released version 10.0.0 of the Unicode Standard, which introduces 56 new emoji characters.
A new European Union proposal would enforce end-to-end data encryption, ban backdoors of the type the FBI requested Apple to create for iOS devices.
Google is offering a free three-month trial of YouTube Red, its ad-free video streaming service
Before you make those summer plans, be sure to check out the comings and goings for Netflix in June.
Amazon could debut a new touchscreen version of its Echo virtual assistant device as soon as Tuesday.
A Saturday report indicated Facebook is actively developing as many as two dozen original television shows, with plans to debut at least some of them as soon as mid-June.
YouTube will spend millions to produce its own original programming starting later this year.
Spotify on Wednesday announced it has acquired Brooklyn-based startup Mediachain Labs.
Ninety7 has announced the release of VAUX, the first battery-powered speaker designed specifically for the second-generation Amazon Echo Dot.
Netflix gives its viewers a big FU in May, as House of Cards returns, and the streaming service also offers up a pretty cool magic trick with Marvel’s Doctor Strange.
Is the smartphone a serial killer, the superhero we deserve, or a little of both?
It looks like making a legal in-flight call on your iPhone, or any other smartphone, won’t be happening soon.
Google has rolled out their new $35 per month YouTube TV streaming service to five cities in the United States.
A Pebble smartwatch firmware update released earlier this week removes the device’s dependency on cloud services.
Mastodon feels like a step in the right direction for social networks, especially in an era of concern over personal privacy and content ownership.
Bloomberg reported on Wednesday that Amazon has won the rights to livestream 10 Thursday night National Football League games this season.