First it was available to developers, then a select few who received invitations, and now the beta of iWork for iCloud is available for all. Apple's made no official announcement, but point your browser
Locket, the startup that pays Android users to engage with ads, is now asking those users to weigh in on the type of ads that they want to see. When users install Locket, they’ll start to see ads on their
Bitcoin exchange service Mt. Gox‘s financial troubles are even more worrying than anticipated. On Monday, GigaOm reported that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security had seized $2.9 million from Mt.
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eBay is doubling down on serving local businesses. Today, the company revealed plans to bring scheduled deliveries functionality to its eBay Now delivery service and also launched a new platform for retailers.
Dell's Haswell-based Latitude laptops have been a tad on the chunky side so far, but the company is making amends by quietly launching its new Latitude 7000 series Ultrabooks. Both the 12.5-inch E7240
PayPal's head of retail services says a payment system that recognises customers by their first name and picture via a mobile phone app will let consumers leave their wallets at home. The PayPal app is
Each user post on Facebook is seen by an average 35% of the user's friends, according to a comprehensive recent study led by Stanford University researcher Michael Bernstein, who collaborated with three
Troubled technology firm BlackBerry is open to the idea of going private, as a way to turn itself around behind closed doors, according to Reuters. BlackBerry could be attractive to a private equity buyer
Google has finally published the factory images for its new Nexus 7 tablet, just days after the employee responsible for managing the images quit the role over an apparent dispute with chip-maker Qualcomm