The Google-owned device maker is bringing back its smart smoke detector -- without the problematic feature that caused the company to pull it from retailers in the first place.
The telecom giant re-introduces the new Cricket service with some competitive offers.
TuneIn switches frequencies from being a radio-stream directory to more of a radio-related social network. Early use suggests it's a hit.
The updated site introduces a storefront and collections of films to make it easier for viewers to find -- and pay filmmakers directly -- for videos that interest them.
The rebranded online suite now offers its own startup Web page, a lineup of new templates, and easier ways to jump from one app to another.
The massively popular comics Web site was seemingly shut down by AOL late last month, yet a new post on the site hints at a return.
Music-streaming service Songl has finally relaunched after many months of being in closed beta.
Jessops is set to relaunch its website after the Dragons' Den star is among several buyers to carve up the camera chain.
Web site and Facebook page are "meant to celebrate the people who connect and share in innovative ways," the company says. They're also meant to boost the public's opinion of the social network.
The micro-reviews service, which awards stamps of approval instead of stars, adds more social features, along with investors Ryan Seacrest, Ellen DeGeneres, and Justin Bieber.