T-Mobile announced on Wednesday that it is extending its free unlimited high-speed roaming data plan in South America and 19 European countries until December 31, 2016.
In what should not be a surprise to anyone, Blackberry CEO John Chen has announced the company will shut down its hardware division, and will shift to a software model in a bid to help the company survive.
Twitter is reportedly in danger of becoming a “Mickey Mouse Outfit,” as the Walt Disney Company is said to be considering an acquisition of the popular short messaging service.
Tonight marks the first debate between U.S. presidential candidates Hillary Clinton (D) and Donald Trump (R). Viewers have a number of options for viewing the face-to-face verbal sparring…
Streaming mega-service Netflix has announced the movies and television series that are both coming to, and leaving the service in October 2016.
Yahoo today admitted that at least 500 million user accounts were compromised by hackers in a late 2014 attack.
The AtomicX W203 Bluetooth Headphones are a quality pair of on-ear headphones at a great price, offering great sound quality, wireless OR wired audio, lightweight design, and an affordable price tag.
AT&T’s DirecTV subsidiary plans to have its own online video streaming service in place by the end of 2016.
Netflix CFO David Wells tells Variety that the streaming video giant has plans to fill half of its streaming catalog with original content over the next few years.
Twitter has finally announced it has made the long-awaited changes to its Tweet character limits, allowing more room for users to express themselves when posting photos, videos, GIFs, polls, and more.
Spotify announced on Wednesday that it now enjoys over 40 million paying subscribers as of this month.
If you’re like us, and missed your chance to pick up an Amazon Echo Dot Alexa-enabled speaker while they were available, you’ll be heartened to hear that you might get another shot at grabbing one, and at a lower price.
There’s regular porn, and then there’s iPhone 7 porn… It seems one popular porn site took quite a traffic hit during the iPhone 7 streaming event.
The Living Computer Museum Virtual Tour offers a Google Streets-like virtual tour of the Living Computer Museum in Seattle, Washington.
CBS on Wednesday launched a $9.99 per month “ad-free” subscription option. That’s a $4 per month premium over the standard $5.99 sub.
Users who were required to change their password when logging into their Dropbox account can thank a 2012 data breach that exposed the login information of over 68 million Dropbox users.