E-mail helper service Gist is now open to everyone and has some new ways for users to focus how much information they see.
Got too much e-mail floating around? Most of us do. A service called Gist is attempting to make it easier to sort through the people sending it your way.
Maserati decides to excite the Super Bowl-watching one-percenters about its new Ghibli with an opus featuring Oscar-nominated actress Quvenzhané Wallis.
A traffic measurement company suggests that few people actually read the articles they share. If you spend much time online, you probably aren't surprised.
Blacksumac announces Android app for its Piper DIY security system.
In four patent filings, the company envisions using quantum dots to sharpen colors and improve the image quality of its Retina display.
Video site says goodbye to chronological comment threads and hello to sorted comments based on popular posters and friends in Google+ circles.
Google's Nexus 7 is making serious market-share headway against Apple in Japan, according to Nikkei.
The automaker began re-evaluating its Facebook strategy earlier this year. According to the WSJ, it determined that while free marketing works on the site, paid ads don't.
The civil liberties group claims AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint aren't doing enough to protect users' private data because they're not sending out timely Android security updates.