Hundreds of apps, including some of China's most popular, were infected with malicious software.
In the age of instant gratification, we found a replacement faster than you can say Skype outage. Continue reading →
Mark Zuckerberg announced that his company is working on a button that lets users more appropriately respond to sad or negative events.
Short, focused courses of study tailored to the needs of individual tech firms could make job seekers more employable.
An online map explores the streets of Japan's port city Onomichi from the purr-spective of a four-pawed visitor.
The assistant, dubbed M, completes tasks along with seeking out information at the behest of users.
Twitter ended the website's access to its application program interface, which allowed Politwhoops to see when a politician deleted a tweet.
'Haha' and emojis blew past LOL as the online chat guffaw of choice. Continue reading →
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