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Facebook's dropping its virtual currency, credits, and says it will now allow app developers to charge subscriptions.
US Senator Charles Schumer is calling on Google and Apple to withdraw plans for 3D mapping, calling it an 'unprecedented invasion of privacy'.
A recent survey conducted by Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster seems to confirm that mobile developers prefer coding apps for iOS.
If you've been craving a new user-friendly browser for your iPad, Mozilla has the answer.
If you want a digital subscription to People, congratulations. Your time has come.
Twitter's improving its Expanded Tweets, allowing more content to be previewed from within tweets.
ICANN has revealed the applications for new top-level domains (TLDs) - covering everything from .app to .pizza.
Researchers at the University of Southern California (USC) recently demonstrated how quantum computing could theoretically accelerate the way web page ranks are calculated.
Step aside, App Store and Google Play.
Social networking site Skout - which markets itself as the 'largest and fastest growing network for meeting new people and having fun', has suspended its teen community after three cases of alleged rape.
A number of automotive manufacturers currently integrate hands-free technology in their automobiles, allowing drivers to focus on driving, rather than manually accessing various devices.
As expected, Apple's launching its own mapping solution with iOS 6, ditching Google Maps in the process.
Yes, the market for new "3D" products is still alive and well.
The British High Court is to force Facebook to hand over the IP addresses of dozens of internet trolls who falsely accused a woman of being a pedophile.
Microsoft has been forced to apologize for a software programmers' convention in Norway that featured scantily-clad dancing girls and obscene songs.
Microsoft wants to be willing to support third-party browsers in its new operating system.
Facebook's formally launched the App Center it announced last month, allowing users to browse - and, directly or indirectly, buy - a range of Android, mobile and web apps.
Google's promising a range of new features for Google Maps and Google Earth, hoping to see off a potential threat from Apple.
Almost 15 percent of emails sent at work amount to no more than gossip, say Georgia Tech computer scientists.