A previous version of this report misidentified Tamar Yehoshua's title; she is Google Search's director of product management. Also a quote about voice recognition improvements should have been attributed to Vincent Vanhoucke.
Marvel upgrades its subscription app with a long-promised smart soundtrack and DVD-style video commentary, after spending a year laying the foundation for a more multimedia-friendly comics reading experience.
Giving a Valentine's Day perk to its social network service, Google adds animated hearts to photos that show hugging and kissing.
In emails presented during a California patent case, Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller expresses frustration with his company's advertising efforts and notes that Samsung's ads seem to be "in the zone."
A Forrester analysis suggests what some might find surprising: Microsoft gained the only "trailblazer" status by being trusted across generations.
The battle is heating up for international, with the company also introducing a plan that allows 1-cent-per-minute calls to more than 35 countries.
A project called "Art x Smart" injects famous works of art with a dose of 21st-century technology.
Losing a furry friend at night can be frustrating and scary, but the Halo Mini, a slick LED collar making a showing on Kickstarter, might be what the veterinarian ordered.
Matthew Cordle, who participated in a slickly-produced confession of allegedly killing a man while drunk in June, has been charged with aggravated vehicular homicide.
Cases called Ampjackets claim to double the audio volume of the iPhone 5, iPad Mini, and iPod Touch without requiring any power.