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A new app from AOL is designed to pluck out your important messages from multiple email accounts. But the app didn't work as well as we'd hoped in our early testing.
The Canadian company announces it will no longer build its own hardware, and instead focus on software.
Google, celebrating its 18th birthday, is soon expected to unveil a slew of new gadgets. We round up the reports of what we might see Oct. 4.
Apple's HealthKit could reportedly evolve into an app that can interpret data to give health advice.
The company behind the popular messaging app is making sunglasses with a camera for taking and sharing point-of-view video.
The social network's stock surges with news that it's talking with potential buyers.
Apple is said to be testing its own smart speaker, and it could know how you feel with facial recognition.
A hacker obtained users' log-in credentials and other sensitive information two years ago. Yahoo is now warning users to change passwords and watch for suspicious activity.
Don't know where that USB flash drive came from? Don't stick it in your computer. It could be malware.
Samsung ships replacement phones to stores. Owners that keep using the dangerous older model will get alerts urging them to stop.
A researcher offers a peek into the limited online world of the secretive country.
The cable giant announces plans to offer mobile wireless service next year, but with a twist. Meanwhile, Google's expected to show off a new smartphone at an Oct. 4 event.
Keeping organized while traveling may be easier with the new Google Trips app. The company also updates its driving app Waze to include parking advice. But who needs that when self-driving cars will rule the road in ten years?
Some owners complain the new iPhone 7 makes a hissing noise. Meanwhile, Samsung begins replacing bad Note 7 phones.
Apple stores didn't have iPhone 7 Plus models on launch day. Meanwhile, Samsung promises to ship out fixed Note 7 phones by September 21.