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.
It appears that Google's Chrome web browser will soon be getting fast access to Google Now.
Microsoft's migration of Hotmail users to Outlook doesn't seem to be going quite to plan. A series of outages in both services has left people unable to access their emails.
Developers at Intel's Open Source Technology Center have coded a new version of Android optimized to run on Santa Clara's x86 chips.
Think carefully before you 'like' a particular song on Facebook: you could be giving away your sexual orientation, political views or even your drug use.
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.
The first - very creepy - third party app for Google Glass has been unveiled. InSight is designed to recognize people on the basis of their clothes.
Scientists have turned on a web-based database specifically for robots, designed to let them share information about their behavior and environment.
Some users aren't exactly fond of the way Modern UI apps behave in Microsoft Windows 8.
Marvel has launched a new iOS app for the iPhone and iPad.
After users attempted to keep more information private, Facebook altered its privacy settings to make more data public than ever, research from Carnegie-Mellon University has shown.
Pearltrees is routinely used to embed data related to a particular topic in a way that is easy to navigate.
Microsoft's versatile Kinect device has proven to be quite popular, and not just for gaming on the Xbox 360.
Facebook's expected to announce a major redesign later today, bringing multiple news feeds arranged by category.
Adoption of Microsoft's flagship Windows 8 operating system has been less-than-stellar thus far.
Mountain View keeps track of its Google Android distribution (version) numbers and has done so for quite some time.
A statement has appeared on the Pirate Bay website claiming it's moving its servers to North Korea.
Android enthusiasts who routinely root their devices will undoubtedly be pleased to read about a new app from veteran dev Koushik Doutta known as Superuser.
A developer recently uncovered an HTML 5 bug that could potentially allow users to be bombarded with gigabytes of useless data from rogue websites.