Open source developers have officially released the first beta version of XBMC 12.0, also known as Frodo.
Over the last 24 hours, the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) has been live-tweeting its attacks on the Hamas-controlled Gaza strip, including the assassination of a Hamas military leader.
We've covered a number of PCs-on-a-stick in recent months, all of which have the potential to function as an uber-mini Android-powered media centers.
Google handed over more user data to the US government in the first six months of this year than to all other countries combined.
Rockchip’s stalwart RK3066 can best be described as a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 chip with clock speeds up to 1.6 GHz.
PPSSPP is a portable PSP emulator created by developer Henrik Rydgard that runs on Linux, Mac OS X, Android and Windows 8.
XDA Developer Unrealmanu has coded a slick Android emulator for Intel x86 devices.
Microsoft has demonstrated software that can translate spoken Mandarin into English in real-time, and which even preserves the speaker's own voice.
Google has rolled out a cross-platform interactive web app that allows users in different locations to play music together on their Chrome browsers.
Slax can best be described as Linux-based operating system that runs off a CD or USB flash drive.
People sent more than 31 million election-related tweets on Tuesday, says Twitter - and the Fail Whale was nowhere to be seen.
Google has rolled out a stable updated for its flagship browser that supports GPU-accelerated video decoding for Chrome on Windows.
Microsoft has announced that it plans to 'retire' its instant messenger client Messenger Live, and shift all its users to Skype.
Let's face it, nobody can ever see enough sepia-tinted photos of somebody else's vacation, which is why Instagram is making it easier to share them by launching web profiles.
Try searching for 'Medicare' in Google, then opening another browser tab and searching first for 'Obama' and then for 'Medicare' again. Notice any difference?
With its latest iOS update, released yesterday, FourSquare has taken a leaf out of Yelp's book and added a rating system for local businesses.
Microsoft and ARM are reportedly prepping a 64-bit version of Redmond's flagship operating system for the latter company's RISC-powered chips.
File-sharing fat boy Kim Dotcom has unveiled a new service, Mega, the successor to the Megaupload service that's got him in so much trouble.
California's attorney general has issued a warning to mobile app developers that haven't yet posted privacy policies.
How many times have you had to save and exit an email you're writing in order to check something in another email? Soon, though, this will be a thing of the past.