Apple’s new program where you can trade in an old iPhone to get credit for a new iPhone purchase has gone live at all Apple Stores today.
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Microsoft has done a lot to make Office 365 a strong value for consumers and businesses. Now it’s giving Office 365 and Exchange Online email storage a significant bump.
Digg, the Betaworks-backed social news-reading site, has finally launched an app for Android. The best part? It includes Digg Reader, a popular Google Reader replacement.
It wasn’t too long ago that charismatic Box CEO Aaron Levie would mercilessly make fun of Microsoft. Now he’s getting closer to the company than ever.
Enterprise flash storage bigshot Pure Storage has raised a massive $150 million in new funding to help give it the room to grow and continue to evangelize the power of all-flash storage arrays.
Microsoft-owned video calling service Skype has just turned 10 years old. Naturally, the company is already looking ahead to what’s next.
We’ve all seen commercials from big tech players that feature a diverse cast using smartphones, PCs, or other new gadgets. This new video cleverly parodies all of these ads for using the same techniques.
Google Hangouts is already a good option for casual connections or business meetings, but now the service is getting an upgrade to 720p HD video.
Inq’s Material — a beautiful Flipboard-like app that delivers relevant news and info — launched for Android back in February. Now it has finally come to the iPhone.
Taiwanese phone maker HTC, the creator of the killer Android phone the HTC One, is still in dire straights financially. So the company is working on a new smartphone operating system that it can use for phones in China.
Xero and Expensify are getting chummy by letting you automatically port Expensify’s expense report data into Xero’s accounting system.
Here are six smart alternatives to GoToMeeting and WebEx that can help you survive online conferences and webinars.
Google’s Chromecast device for streaming media from “any device” to your TV had more support on Android when it launched, but now Google is throwing iOS owners a bone.
Microsoft’s primary work on Windows 8.1, the next big update to Windows, is finished and has been sent off to Windows PC builders.
RingCentral has been a leader in the cloud phone services business for a few years, and it claims to serve more than 300,000 businesses across a wide array of industries.
Feedly, one of the best alternatives to the now-defunct Google Reader, has made its Pro version available for anyone who wants to use it.
Samsung and LG are planning to include a tool that would make stolen phones and tablets inoperable.
Investors appear to be quite pleased with the today’s big news that Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will step down in the next 12 months.
Steve Ballmer, the long-time chief executive of Microsoft, has decided to retire within “the next 12 months,” Microsoft said today.
iWork for iCloud — Apple’s take on the cloud-based office suite — was launched initially to developers to mid-June, but now it is available for free to anyone who wants to try it.
The Slice team set out in 2011 to help you track your packages and spending. And it just scored $23 million to stay on this mission.
Apple is doubling down on public transit help in Apple Maps by scooping by Embark, a maker of sleek public transit apps for NYC, SF, Chicago, and other cities.
Apple, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Facebook, and many other top-tier tech companies had their stocks frozen today when the Nasdaq exchange halted trading in a massive intra-day shutdown.
Former Microsoft executive Steven Sinofsky, who left the company in a shakeup last November, has joined VC firm Andreessen Horowitz as a board partner.
The Internet is already owned by cats. Now some more exotic animals will get love thanks to Google Street View.
Sometimes seeing into the future only requires you to look straight ahead.
Guest Post Intelligent key management is imperative for your overall cloud security.
Microsoft has launched a new ad-free version of its Bing search engine that targets schools and educators. It claims to remove all ads, block adult content, and include more privacy protections than normal Bing search.
Apple introduced iTunes Radio back in June, but the world will finally be able to use it in just a few weeks.
Predictive analytics startup Sociocast has changed course on its main product offering, switching its focus from a developer-targeted prediction API to a simple new app that changes your website based on its audience.
Cleversafe, a provider of low-cost data storage products, has raised $55 million, which will help it further reach out to big data and cloud-focused businesses.
Microsoft has been promising Skype calling inside of Outlook.com ever since it began switching people over from Hotmail. Today, that becomes a reality for a lot of people.
Oftentimes when you see a tweet on Twitter or see a tweet as part of news coverage, there’s something missing. That something is context. Twitter has addressed this with its new “related headlines” feature.
Despite 98 percent of the United States having access to high-speed broadband, 20 percent of American adults still don’t use the Internet at home, work, or school.
Samsung’s Galaxy Mega — a ridiculous hybrid phone/tablet with a 6.3-inch screen — will soon hit major U.S. wireless carriers.
Google has confirmed that Provo will be the second city after Kansas City to get Google Fiber, with installations beginning before the end of the year.
Guest Post Small and medium-size businesses are the economy’s biggest growth engine, and they stand to benefit disproportionately from the next generation of SaaS offerings.
The flashy HTC One Android smartphone will finally make its way to Verizon Wireless on Aug. 22.
Nokia will launch its first Windows RT tablet in September, and alleged photos of the device have already leaked via a Chinese tech site. But with RT’s relative failure, why is Nokia trying its hand at an RT tablet?