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Editor's Pick In one of her first interviews since launching Ouya, the Kickstarter-darling Android game console, chief executive Julie Uhrman tells all.
As world leaders catch word that the NSA was spying on them, criticism against the agency’s secret surveillance programs has reached fever pitch.
Guest Post Doug Van Kirk is the Director of User Experience at ServiceMax, a provider of field service management software.
While Microsoft’s Surface tablets aren’t quite a smashing success yet, they’re at least bringing in revenue now.
With more than 1.6 billion bots blocked, Distil Networks is now setting its sights on protecting private networks from content scrapers, click fraud, and other nasty attacks from naughty web bots.
Fast ad testing, meet real-time bidding.
Hackathon organizers, meet your savior.
T-Mobile’s “Uncarrier” schtick continues to break new ground.
In today’s episode of As the Mobile World Turns, things are once again looking bad for HTC.
Fresh off of a new $50 million round of funding, the mobile app search engine Quixey is releasing its first app for consumers.
Apple’s new iPad Mini is here, and as expected it sports a high-resolution Retina Display.
Data security is no longer just a problem for big businesses — with the proliferation of tablets, cheap computers, and smartphones, families also need a way to protect their data and devices.
Like a virtual personal assistant for your e-mail, Cannonball is launching today to bring some intuition back to your inbox.
Rest easy Windows Phone fans, you won’t have to make do with Instagram clones for much longer.
While Nokia went big today with its latest Lumia announcements, it’s still paying attention to small and cheap phones with updates to its Asha lineup.
The rumors are true: Nokia’s next Windows devices are all about big, beautiful screens.
After a failed launch attempt a few weeks ago, BlackBerry has finally brought its BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) service to competing platforms.
Tellabs, once a big player in the networking world, announced today that it’s selling to a private equity firm — a sign of just how far the company has fallen.
It’s a familiar picture for the gadget world: Tablets are on the way up, while traditional PCs are on the decline, according to the latest data from the research firm Gartner.
Guest Post Adam Landis is the VP of business development for LifeStreet Media.
Guest Post What does the shuttering of Silk Road really mean for Bitcoin?
Whoops! Someone over at Google sure has butterfingers. (Or more likely, Google is sneaky like a fox.)
For its first developers conference, Samsung is betting on tiny event app company Topi to make a huge splash.
There aren’t any big surprises in Verizon’s third quarter earnings report — just steady success.
One year after launching Windows 8, Microsoft has begun rolling out the operating system’s biggest update yet.
FreedomPop isn’t the only company trying to kill cellphone carriers: Scratch Wireless launched today with the goal of being the “first truly free” mobile offering.
With two new mobile products, LinkedIn has become a lot more useful for recruiters and companies looking to promote open positions.
Forget those clunky electric bike conversion kits — FlyKly’s new Smart Wheel is a simple (and stealthy) way to add some juice to your existing bike.
Square has just released the simplest way to send money to anyone online. And yet, there’s no guarantee it will be a success.
Proving that large businesses no longer need to manage racks of hardware just to have their own phone service, cloud communications provider Thinking Phone Networks has nabbed even more funding.
After dipping its toes into lock screen charity donations in August, Locket will now let its users choose the next few charities it will feature.
Backing up data is easy — but doing it for hundreds of employees and across a slew of devices isn’t.
For Google and Facebook, the race is on to figure out exactly how we use our mobile devices.
With little hope of combating all of its negative press, BlackBerry is choosing to embrace it and remind fans that “you can continue to count on us.”
Guest Post Tim Merel is the founder of investment bank Digi-Capital.
While Sonos is typically associated with pricy wireless speakers, the company is playing a different tune with its latest device.
The next big Windows Phone 8 update sets the stage for a new range of devices — and finally delivers on some basic, long-awaited features.
Here’s one way Facebook and its Internet.org partners will help to connect the next 5 billion people.