Mobile mania turns into stock market fervor as shares in the mobile-advertising player nearly double their value.
At Facebook's F8 developer conference, the social-networking company rolled out a new historical home page for users called the Timeline, as well as functions that developers can use to fill the Timeline, and a new real-time ticker with activity information. Now users can watch videos and listen to music alongside their friends when they see content they like. Rafe Needleman talks to Facebook developers and entrepreneurs about the importance of these new features.
Service makes it easy to share photos, video, and more while traveling, or store them on a device until there's connectivity.
Four companies introduce mobile services for sharing text, photo, or video content to or from your cell phone.
The Finnish cell phone manufacturer announces that it has bought the Redmond, Wash.-based start-up, which specializes in multimedia sharing.
Seen your friends on social media sharing sped-up videos that look like they're on fast-forward? No, those aren't boo-boos. It's a new app from Instagram. CNET's Kara Tsuboi explains more about Hyperlapse and other novel video apps.
Root for your favorite Jedi, Rebels, scoundrels, senators, Separatists, bounty hunters, and droids in This is Madness: The Star Wars Character Tournament 2014.
commentary CNET's Jennifer Van Grove explains how she went from intellectual observer to active participant, and how Snapchat is like "Seinfeld."
The Facebook-owned application opts for a clutter-free look with larger pictures and videos.
In a highly anticipated announcement, the creator of the Half Life series and Steam gaming portal details its strategy for dominating the living room with a Linux-based OS designed for televisions.