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Only a week after the cloud storage company announced the launch of its photo application Carousel, Dropbox has acquired a small -- yet powerful -- competitor to bolster its snapshot-storing efforts.
As part of a clever marketing ploy, the Q&A company has updated its iPhone app to be invitingly touchable and more reader-friendly.
Japanese mobile phone suppliers are in trouble as the iPhone becomes NTT DoCoMo's biggest single product, Nikkei reports.
The Freedom Spot MiFi 5580 hotspot is the company's first LTE device, but it plans to launch more devices and smartphones via Sprint's LTE network later this year.
The software imports, sorts, syncs, and packages up photos imported onto Google's high-end Chrome OS laptop. It's a very Googley way of handling photos.
Sony has promised to show off more than 40 new games at its PlayStation 4 event at E3 tonight -- follow all the action on CNET from 1.30am.
One of the more human aspects of social media is that people use Facebook and Twitter to warn their fellow men and women of DUI checkpoints. Now police are attempting to spring more surprises.
With the OS X printer configuration, you can impose limits on which accounts are allowed to print to specific printers on your system.
People now can immerse themselves in high-resolution photos posted on Google+ instead of seeing a blurry version when zoomed in all the way.
Gmail crumbled for 40 minutes, while Google Chrome browsers crashed almost simultaneously around the world. Despite the timing, the two problems weren't linked. Here's what happened.