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The online radio app boosts its paid service to better compete with Spotify and Apple Music. Meanwhile, Apple dismisses rumors that it wants to buy Tidal.
You won't be able to pick up an iPhone 7 Plus at Apple Stores on Friday. Apple says it sold out of its initial stock of the larger model as well as the iPhone 7 in jet black.
The cat-and-mouse game continues. After Adblock Plus finds a way to reblock ads, Facebook upgrades its method.
The company says the filter was supposed to be playful and inspired by anime. But it looked just plain racist to a lot of people.
Sony sends out invites to a "PlayStation Meeting" that will likely introduce an upgraded version of the PlayStation 4.
An analyst says the two smartwatches will offer improved specs, though not a radical redesign.
The video-streaming service will no longer offer free content on its own website, according to a report. However, a deal should make Yahoo the new home of Hulu's free video.
Check Point researchers discover four flaws that could compromise a huge number of Android phones and tablets.
Changes to the News Feed will reduce the number of stories featured with misleading headlines.
Under a new a bounty program, the company will reward some security researchers who find holes in its software and services.
After Intel could not come up with a software fix, every Basis Peak watch is being recalled. Customers will receive a full refund.
Moon Express will send a lander to the moon in 2017. This is the first private space mission to go beyond the orbit of the Earth.
The seller goes by the name "Peace" and has been linked to breaches at LinkedIn and Twitter. Yahoo users should probably change passwords just in case.
Many of the rumors proved to be true. The next Note packs an iris scanner, a curved screen and shares many features with the Galaxy S series.
The company quietly announces more job cuts but doesn't say which divisions are affected.