It's all sunshine and lollipops over in Windows Phone land today.
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Google is reportedly in talks to acquire Waze -- here's why that deal makes more sense than Waze/Facebook.
"If you give tools that allow people to be creative, people get very creative," said Bondsy's founder.
The next time you enter a tiny Shibuya noodle bar, you could end up paying with one of Square's payment technologies.
Editor's Pick It's more a powerful home theater PC than it is a game console, making it a great tool for bringing Microsoft's services into your living room.
With little fanfare, Google has added its cool new conversational search feature to Chrome on desktops, following a demonstration last week at Google I/O.
Apple faces the tax man.
Sending cash to people by e-mail may be the next big payment feature to spread across the Internet (even though it's 2013, and it feels like we should have had this years ago).
Carrier billing doesn't have the hype of digital wallets or NFC, but it's still a pretty convenient way to tackle mobile payments.
While it may be too early to tell how Tumblr users will ultimately respond to Yahoo's $1.1 billion acquisition, we're seeing signs that are jumping to other blogging services.
Google's I/O developer conference is over, and we've learned quite a bit.
Google has gone from a company that approached design through cold, hard algorithms to one that's employing gorgeous, user-centric interfaces.
Talk about eating your own dogfood.
A pretty hefty sum for a company initially shot down by VCs.
ShopSavvy's new look is paying off in a big way.
Editor's Pick We're on the scene and ready to liveblog the heck out of this thing.
Today's stream will start at 9 a.m. Pacific, starting with the keynote.
Forget the new stuff, this Google I/O will be about devs and useful upgrades.
BlackBerry managed to squeeze in one surprise announcement during its huge conference keynote this morning.
Yup, you still live in a world where singer Alicia Keys works for BlackBerry.