The world's largest social network offers new features to help businesses keep in touch with customers and better advertise their wares and services, particularly on mobile devices.
"We won't compromise on quality," says the game's developer Eidos Montreal.
By eliminating licensing fees for the OS on devices with a screen smaller than 9 inches, Microsoft is placing a bet on rapid expansion over revenue.
The latest version of Mozilla's web browser is looking to unseat Microsoft Edge as the default browser in Windows 10.
How it shakes out will profoundly affect the way we all use computing devices, warns high-profile developer Tim Bray. And should we cede so much control to Apple and Google?
Apple's new computer language Swift promises to prevent the programming problems that have plagued its predecessors.
Apple finally delivers a cure for the "goto fail" plague, but this isn't the first time that sluggish Apple response times have put its users at risk.
Mobile security remains a struggle: CanSecWest calls attention to flaws in Android and BlackBerry 10, while a newly discovered encryption weakness in iOS 7 could put iPad and iPhone owners at risk.
If Apple had used a third-party source code analyzer on its encryption library, it could have avoided the "gotofail" bug.
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