For example, did you know that Google can guide you through your wedding? From the silly to the useful, these Google features (which we picked out of this great Quora thread) will make you love Google
A new report finds that people are weary of the hidden costs of free. Ever since the iPhone came out in 2007, the going rate for many of the most popular apps has been exactly $0.00. Consumers pay nothing.
An online university will start a free online Android programming course next month, offering interested applicants the first notions needed to create apps for smartphones and tablets running Google’s
Never let your boss see your embarrassing photos again If your number of Facebook friends competes with your monthly mortgage payment, you may not be so happy after those embarrassing pictures from the
Editor’s note: Derek Khanna is a technology policy consultant and columnist. He previously worked for the House Republican Study Committee where he authored their report on copyright reform. He spearheaded
As the intellectual property protections on old games expired, the Internet Archive swooped in to make them freely playable online in your browser. The site is currently host to a trove of games from classic
By now you’ve probably heard that Netflix is removing somewhere around 80 titles on New Year’s Day and you need to rush to watch such classics as Troll 2 and Stop Or My Mom Will Shoot before they are forever.
From the world's largest underground hotel to Star Wars-style holographic communication, the coming year is set to unveil an array of incredible advances in science and technology Beam yourself across
According to file sharing news website TorrentFreak, which examined Google's transparency report, the number of takedown requests received by the search giant more than quadrupled during the last year.
This past Thursday Amazon issued a press release announcing a record-setting holiday season for the company, leading with statistic that “more than one million customers become new Prime members in the
If you want to avoid constant updates from irritating contacts on Facebook, but don't want to cause offence by publicly unfriending them, then you must do your research says Rick Maybury My wife and I
In 2012, Google's Chromebooks captured a laughable 0.2% of computer purchases within United States-based businesses and institutions. Thus far in 2013? Chromebook penetration has skyrocketed to a 9.6%
A lot has changed since last year's round-up of the biggest viral hits, in which we met Grumpy Cat, the "overly attached girlfriend" and the One Pound Fish man. As we begin to think back to this year,
Android has evolved a lot over the years and has quickly become the dominant mobile platform across the globe. While most of us know exactly what Android is, and how to use it, there are still a number
ReadWriteReflect offers a look back at major technology trends, products and companies of the past year. As the explosive trajectory of smartphones adoption approaches an asymptote, mobile apps are riding
A police department in southern California has started using Sina Corp.’s Weibo to get in touch with the growing number of its Chinese immigrants, and will approach local businesses to create their own
In the near future, power companies may have to decouple electricity use from prices Americans are buying bigger homes, using more appliances, and firing up more data centers than ever before. You’d expect
Netflix Says It’s Testing New $6.99 Single Screen Streaming Plan, But It May Never Roll Out To Everyone
Netflix has informed TechCrunch that it is indeed testing a $6.99 single-stream plan to new users as part of a test. The option appears to some new users after selecting the streaming option as a free
Even billionaires can get a bit wistful when a new year rolls around. In an interview with Bloomberg about 2014 predictions, Google's CEO-turned-executive-chairman Eric Schmidt took a moment to reflect
“Not tonight, honey, I have a headache” can spare lovers from sex. But it won’t save them from sexts. While headlines proclaim young adults are hooked on the joys of sexting, a forthcoming study examining
Install the best money apps on your smartphones and tablets - here is Telegraph Money's pick of the bunch If you are one of the millions who use a smartphone or tablet – perhaps one recently opened for
The National Security Agency knows no boundaries — and has tools for spying that span computers, keyboards, firewalls and servers, or nearly all the security architecture created by major tech companies.
With December 2013 now consigned to the history books, we thought we’d take a retrospective look at some of the more notable apps to hit our radar over the past month. So without further ado, here’s a
How on earth are you supposed to fill your days after leaving the successful set-top box company you created? Well, if you're TiVo co-founders Mike Ramsay and Jim Barton, the answer is to start all over
If marketing is all about creating stories around a product, few CEOs are as good at storytelling as Apple’s Tim Cook. But that doesn’t mean the stories he tells are true. At least, not as true as he’d
Expect a lot of hype this coming year about the “connected car.” At the Consumer Electronics Show, the industry’s main event, which starts on Jan. 7 in Las Vegas, the big car firms are all due to show
Last week, Reddit's r/NetflixBestOf posted a list of the 89 films Netflix is purging from its instant streaming service at the start of the new year. While it's true that a lot of classics (as well as