This morning, Google kicked off its 6th annual I/O conference with over 6,000 devs at Moscone Center in San Francisco, 460 I/O Extended sites in 90 countries, and millions around the world who tuned in via Mountain View's livestream.
Amazon has confirmed that its newly minted virtual currency can be used to purchase apps, games and in-app items in the corporation's curated Appstore, as well as on the Kindle Fire tablet lineup.
With more than a billion active accounts worldwide, it is easy to forget that some people don't actually use Facebook.
What do all Twitter users want? Followers – and lots of them. But unless you're a celebrity, it is often difficult for most of us to build a large Twitter audience.
Netflix has confirmed that it will finally be ditching Microsoft Silverlight for HTML5.
The current popularity of wireless devices - from WiFi laptops to Bluetooth headsets to ZigBee sensor nodes - is increasingly clogging our airwaves, resulting in dropped calls, wasted bandwidth and botched connections.
Computer scientists at the University of California, San Diego, have developed an immersive, first-person player video game designed to teach students in elementary and high schools how to program in Java.
Apple's long-awaited iRadio may be close to officially launching, as reports indicate Cupertino is "close" to clinching a deal with two major record companies to stream their respective tracks.
Team XBMC may already be coding Gotham, but that hasn't stopped the crew from upgrading Frodo with a number of "substantial" fixes.
Despite initial reports to the contrary, Google has acknowledged that its web-centric Chrome OS was partially exploited at its Pwnium 3 hacking contest two weeks ago by a researcher known as "Pinkie Pie."
Geomerics has posted two videos showcasing its next-gen real-time Enlighten global illumination tech for Sony's PlayStation 4 (PS4).
Google has updated its Gmail Android app, which now allows users to save time on the actions they use most often: reply, archive, and search.
Mozilla released its first Firefox OS simulator for devs three months ago, while the second version of the app went live in February.
Discovix has introduced a new method of analyzing massive data sets with its freshly coded Curiosity Engine, which allows users to sort through large, unstructured data sets, charting critical trends and patterns.
Developers at Intel's Open Source Technology Center have coded a new version of Android optimized to run on Santa Clara's x86 chips.
It's an old argument, but one that certainly rings true for Mozilla. Meaning, Firefox won't be returning to Apple's iPad or iPhone anytime soon.
Pearltrees is routinely used to embed data related to a particular topic in a way that is easy to navigate.
Adoption of Microsoft's flagship Windows 8 operating system has been less-than-stellar thus far.
Andriod-x86 can best be described as an unofficial initiative to port Google's popular mobile operating system to run on devices powered by Intel and AMD x86 processors, rather than RISC-based ARM chips.
Apple has confirmed that its iTunes U content downloads have reached an impressive one billion.