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Facebook calls the feature "secret conversations" and it is now available to a select few users.
A report says we could see Android Wear watches coming from Google itself, not just its partners.
A regulator says two iPhones run afoul of another company's patent.
A partnership between Lucasfilm and Magic Leap brings C-3PO and R2-D2 to your home in a mixed-reality experience.
A Twitter update enables you to start a live stream, though it's not as simple as Facebook's option.
Music-streaming service Rhapsody plans to rebrand itself using an old familiar name.
An appeals court decision upholds the FCC's classification of broadband as a utility. Telecoms aren't happy, but you should be.
That's the idea behind Microsoft's initiative that links Xbox consoles and Windows 10 PCs. It means players can start a game on a PC then continue playing on a console.
Siri is getting smarter on iOS and making its way to the Mac. Why sit through Apple's two-hour presentation when you can get the information in a lot less time?
The tech titan is willing to pay billions, but what will Microsoft do with the professional networking site under its wing?
Lenovo introduced its CPlus flexible-phone concept, which looks like a regular phone but can be bent to fit your wrist. That wasn't the only device at Lenovo Tech World. Find out all the major things Lenovo showed off right here.
Alphabet's CEO is personally backing two separate flying-car companies, according to a report.
A Russian hacker is selling a database that he claims contains data from 379 million Twitter accounts.
With its big conference around the corner, Apple announces changes that could make developers very happy.
Developer Nick Lee came up with a phone case that lets you interact with Android on an iPhone. It's quite the sight to see.