Using your phone can be a pain in the neck. Here's how to relieve some of the pressure.
Technically Incorrect: In the UK, some stores use receipts printed using thermal printers, but the text can fade quickly.
That's a big step up for the feature, which previously could only translate text on webpages.
Apple announced a ton of fun, new features for its Messages app at the company's annual developers conference. Here are the ones we think will have you saying "Snapchat, who?"
Starting this week, Android users will be able to send texts with voice clips without leaving the Messnger app.
CNET News' Ben Fox Rubin is back on the show not just to tell another embarassing story, but to also discuss Snapchat's userbase milestone, paintball, a real life X-Man and when to use periods in social media and texting.
A new "text understanding engine" promises to learn 20 languages and comprehend content with "near human accuracy." With Facebook's massive global market, languages could be key.
We get a peak at the evolution of Google at its annual I/O developer's conference. Its smart assistant finds new places to offer help, but do we need help chatting with friends?
Technically Incorrect: A few hours after his wedding, a Saudi husband decides his marriage isn't forever -- his new wife's phone got in the way.
Google's new swipe keyboard has its own built-in search engine that allows you to search for emojis, GIFs and restaurants without leaving your chat window. Here's how to get started.