Han Solo video-bombs a few fans just to see them freak out...and also to announce a new charity campaign.
With 3D Touch, the screen responds differently based on how hard you press let, letting you access certain features more directly and quickly.
CEO Zuckerberg pledges to put an end to those annoying game invites, and the social network also destroys the "other" inbox folder. Meanwhile, Skype adds video filters and Google Play Music gets podcasts.
Facebook says it's working to fix its battery-draining app. Meanwhile, Skype makes it super simple to chat with anyone -- no account needed.
Want to invite friends to chat on Skype but they aren't using the service? Now you can with just a few simple steps.
Both iPhone and iPad users will also be able to more easily start or answer a Skype chat or phone call.
The new version of Office puts an emphasis on collaboration. Meanwhile, Quirky -- the company behind Wink and other smart-home products -- files for bankruptcy.
The problem keeps you from changing your status, which means you may not be able to go online with the mobile or desktop app, so Skype suggests using the Web version for now.
The popular voice calling and messaging app has a new look and improved features that should make it more appealing to iPhone, iPad and Android users.
Want to know who's calling on Skype without looking at the phone? Now you can use custom ringtones just like you would for regular calls.
Slowly expanding its repetoire, the real-time translation software can now speak six different languages.
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