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stories by Devindra Hardawar
In its quest to entice more users, Spotify is finally bringing its free music service to more devices — though they won’t all get the same free content.
Sometimes, the best way to attract new customers is by tapping into your existing ones.
Location + IFTTT = Some mighty addicting ways to harness the power of your favorite web apps.
Even a gadget addict like me can’t see much of a point in curved-screen smartphones, but that’s not stopping companies from exploring the technology.
Spycraft ain’t like it used to be.
Confirming a report from over the weekend, Verizon announced today that it’s planning to snap up Edgecast, a content delivery network firm that powers the likes of LinkedIn, Pinterest, and WordPress.
This is shaping up to be the biggest Computer Science Education Week yet.
Guest Post Everywhere you look, mobile commerce’s star is rising.
Guest Post Teaching kids how to conduct themselves online has become a matter of urgency.
Like most online retailers, Jackthreads has seen the light when it comes to mobile.
If you’d like to catch a glimpse of the future of retail shopping today, just head to an Apple store with an iOS 7 device.
Best known for its insightful reports on company cultures, Glassdoor announced today that it has raised an additional $50 million to accelerate its global expansion for job seekers.
The Nexus 5 says “to hell” with glitz and glamour.
Just like Apple’s new Lightning connector, the next USB plug will be tiny and totally reversible.
Who would win in a fight between Amazon’s drones and Google robots? That’s something we may have an answer to in a few years.
After implementing a fingerprint sensor for unlocking the iPhone 5S, Apple has now landed a patent for an even simpler unlocking method: by using your face.
After bringing the Windows core to Windows Phone and the Xbox One, Microsoft is planning even further integration between all of its platforms in a few years.
With great troves of online content comes a great responsibility for security.
Your future Amazon packages could be delivered by a flying robot.
If you held off on a new tablet last year, now is the perfect time to upgrade.
Black Friday is just beginning, but Walmart has already seen some impressive stats from shoppers on Thanksgiving day — especially when it comes to mobile.
Sorry, no deals on the iPad Air or new iPad Mini.
Sure, most smartphones offer free GPS navigation these days. But unless you have a smartphone mount on your dashboard, looking down at your phone for navigation can be awkward — and potentially dangerous — while driving.
In the latest report on the NSA’s extensive digital spying efforts, it turns out even online porn habits are fair game.
Its latest Chromebook, the C720P, packs a touchscreen for just $300. In comparison, Google’s Chromebook Pixel, the only previous model with a touchscreen, sells for a whopping $1,300.
While the Surface 2 doesn’t appear to be a huge hit for Microsoft, new data from Chitika Insights shows that it’s at least allowing the company to stay relevant in the tablet arena.
How can Apple take the already excellent iPhone camera to the next level? How about being able to refocus images after you’ve taken them, just like the Lytro camera.
Did you think the Bitcoin story couldn’t get any crazier? Well now the digital currency can get you to space.
Following a recent merger, and ahead of a potential IPO, online food delivery service GrubHub Seamless is looking to consolidate its U.S. operations.
Both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 are basically powerful PCs in game-console clothing.
While the Surface 2 was a huge improvement for Microsoft, it now faces some stiff competition from one of Microsoft’s closest allies.
There’s big money in virtual keyboards these days.
Is there any hope left for Acer?
After hitting its $50,000 crowdfunding goal in just 40 minutes, the connected credit card startup Coin is now opening the flood gates for even more preorders.
When it launched in 2011, Onswipe fed a major need for publishers who wanted a simple way to make their websites mobile-ready. Now, it’s getting even better.
Guest Post Why consolidation will dominate a rapidly maturing mobile market over the next couple of years.
The Surface 2 shows that Microsoft’s initial bet on hybrid computing devices is beginning to pay off.