Changes are afoot, with the music streaming app set to launch a browser-based version as part of a redesign.
The popular music service is preparing a Web-based version of its desktop service and is also looking to improve how users can find new music, according to a report.
Barnes & Noble announced today that users can now explore and read books in a Nook-like reading environment in the browser. The service works on both Mac and PC.
Microsoft has a new Marketplace website where you can browse and buy Windows Phone apps in your browser.
Firefox and other up-to-date browsers are capable of running newly complex games, Mozilla argues, launching an effort to get programmers interested.
iPhone Dev Team announces release of bypass for protections just days after U.S. Copyright Office declares that mobile-phone jailbreaking is legit.
Microsoft is launching a "technology preview" Thursday for the online versions of Excel, Word and PowerPoint, but users still can't edit their Word docs.
Darknets, encrypted peer-to-peer networks, are normally difficult to set up and maintain. But two researchers plan to demonstrate a less complicated one at Black Hat.
Opera reveals that the radically overhauled browser works on Gingerbread, gets "Off-road Mode" for bad networks, adds a content discovery tool, and will ship in the first half of the year.