Vine's seemingly endless loop is looping no more.
Gone is the 30-second limit for videos. Instead, Twitter users can now create and share videos that are over 2 minutes long.
Another artificially intelligent bot arrives from Microsoft, but it can't seem to do its job very well. Also, Sharp's robot phone buddy Robohon is real, but doesn't come cheap.
Technically Incorrect: A Vine featuring the New Jersey governor seemingly bewildered as he stands behind a victorious Donald Trump spawns the #freechrischristie movement.
Is Peach the next Ello or Instagram? What you should know about this new social app.
Social networks have gone overboard with hearts, and Twitter joins the trend to grow its audience. Also, Google can suggest email replies for you, and Microsoft cuts OneDrive storage -- angering users.
While Vine is known for visuals, the video-sharing app is increasing its focus on music with new features that help users create seamless audio loops and identify songs in other people's videos.
For Road Trip 2015, CNET visits a new breed of sound stages: smaller, hipper and totally free. They're designed to serve the next generation of stars -- who aren't coming out of Hollywood.
Massive Windows 10 computers for the workplace hit $20,000, Samsung shows off transparent screens, and Facebook puts games inside Messenger.
Facebook's photo and video social network continues to dominate the photo-sharing space, and the latest version adds a couple more things you can do with photos.
Amazon Echo Dot is the future
The new and improved Echo Dot takes Amazon's best-in-class smart home speaker and wraps it in an ultra-affordable package. See why it earned our Editors' Choice award.