With a good size of its employees using iPhones, Facebook is enforcing the switch to Android so that it would reach the majority of its users.
Google has officially dismissed the rumors that have recently surfaced as the search engine giant makes an announcement through the Google Chrome Blog.
The Chinese handset manufacturer may be teasing its latest flagship that will come with their supposed Kirin 950 chipset.
Apple will be ending repair support for a selection of Mac, iPod and Beats products.
A little more than a year after its launch, Amazon Register has just been discontinued alongside another service from the e-commerce giant.
Google's 'Who's Down' is an invite-exclusive app that lets its users show if they're 'down' for something.
Apple deals don't quite come as often, and the company's latest iPhone and Watch bundle would net customers about US$50 savings.
While reports about Google merging Chrome OS and Android are pouring in, the search engine giant was quick to dismiss it and says that it's still committed to Chrome OS.
With a number of new smartphones capable of shooting photographs in RAW format, Google improves its photo editing app to edit images in its uncompressed form.
With Android being the most dominant operating system, Google sees it as fit to merge it with its Chrome OS.
Google wants its balloon-powered internet to connect people around the world.
Microsoft is embracing the idea of cross-platform with its latest launcher app for Android.
OnePlus has just unveiled their latest smartphone, and it looks like the company is ready to disrupt the market once again.
With 30 million users and growing, Microsoft's Outlook team revamps their mobile app on iOS and Android with the help of Sunrise.