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Web-based memory service unveils "The Trunk," a directory of third-party sites and a set of tools that can be integrated for added functionality.
Companies that post sponsored tweets in Twitter streams are now banned from its API, but, for those who care, Kim Kardashian is still allowed to charge $10,000 for a paid tweet.
Frequent travelers, rejoice! A new feature on the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick called "captive portal access" is now live and works great, allowing easier-than-ever connections to tricky Internet services that require an extra layer of authentication.
Is Meerkat's dominance of the live-streaming mobile video market over? Also, Facebook talks more about Oculus, and its high-flying Wi-Fi drones. All that and more in your look back at the week in tech.
This nifty system connects your Android phone to your computer's desktop so you can answer phone calls and reply to text messages remotely.
With the Yosemite public beta now available, CNET takes a deeper dive each week with individual new features from the OS, this week continuing with Apple's Mail.
iMessage in iOS 8 adds new features, but it's mainly catching up to existing apps. Here's five apps you can use right now and get the same features.
The social network revives its developer conference to help app makers boost their bottom lines and give members more control over their information.
Spy agencies and hackers at your local Starbucks can vacuum up Yahoo and ICQ chats and metadata about AOL's AIM users. These services are over a decade old -- why are they not fully encrypted?