The latest update for Google Drive brings sharing notifications for a more intuitive way of sharing files and folders.
Google's Android One program may not have received worldwide acclaim, but the search engine giant wants to try it out again in the market.
Facebook continues its push in the mobile news spectrum as it prepares a new standalone app to launch next week.
The makers of the Polaroid Cube say that GoPro infringed a patent with its cubic camera, the Hero 4 Session.
Apple opens the beta of iOS 9.2 to the public, giving them AT&T's NumberSync and a couple of bug fixes.
An analyst believes that Apple will be releasing a 4-inch iPhone next year because it still generates huge demands from iOS users.
Samsung has announced its latest addition to the Ativ Book 9 Series - one with a 4K resolution and discrete graphics and another that can rotate 360 degrees.
iPhone users will soon have the option to have Microsoft's personal digital assistant for answers and setting up reminders.
Comcast is going to offer unlimited data plans to its subscribers for a paltry price of only USD $35 a month - a usefull add-on for any heavy internet user out there.
The studio behind "Metal Gear Online" has reportedly been shut down by Konami, thereby cutting jobs and raising questions over the title's PC port.
The producers of popular franchises such as Warcraft, Call of Duty and Starcraft have acquired King Digital Entertainment for a whopping US$5.9 billion, making it one of the biggest deals in the history of gaming.
Users will now have to bid farewell to bright stars and say hello to red hearts on Twitter and Vine.
FreedomPop has long been known in the smartphone industry as a service provider of affordable smartphone data plans, and now, the company is jumping in the hardware business as it partners with Intel for its own smartphone.
"Batman: Arkham Knight" may have been relaunched for PCs, but that doesn't mean that the game is running in tip-top shape.