With its new Robin phone, Nextbit promises to move little-used items from users' handsets to the cloud.
Comcast inches closer to box-free TV in the country's tech hub by adding streaming of live TV to mobile devices in the home and the ability to download anything recorded to its DVR onto a gadget.
The search giant is bolstering its cloud service offerings by adding a company whose technology was used on films like "Star Trek: Into Darkness" and "Looper."
FreshBooks for Android arrives, giving users another way of accessing the popular accounting program while on the go.
The company says its service now works for more than 19 million people living around the New York metropolitan area.
Google touts that its new Maps Engine API can be used for virtually any kind of application, with business use cases ranging from health care to retail.
Shutterfly plans to incorporate ThisLife's technology into its own platform to make it easier for users to store and share their images on the Web.
Free service called Drive will allow users to upload and retrieve photos, documents, and videos, sources tell The Wall Street Journal.
This latest acquisition adds to company's ever-expanding pool of apps and could bolster Google Docs service.
Apple offers its iCloud service, but there's a variety of alternatives that might be more appealing to OS X users.