When something goes wrong, the internet is likely your first stop for information. Google's SOS Alerts aim to make emergency updates easy to find.
The pioneering software paved the way for YouTube and countless games, but Adobe will kill Flash in 2020. Here's what it means for you.
A report by Juniper Research estimates on-demand economy revenues will double by 2022. That means they'll reach more than $40 billion.
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And YouTube's photo slideshows will vanish too.
Commentary: You've long wanted one of those gray T-shirts, haven't you? Now you can own one. Well, you always could, but now someone's marketing a knockoff.
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The media professor and philosopher foresaw the invention of the World Wide Web nearly 30 years before the medium was created.
A record has been set in an FCC proceeding, as millions make their voices heard in proposal to roll back net neutrality regulations.
Mozilla's browser can automatically dim the screen for iPhones and iPads at night. Also new: full-screen video in the Focus browser for Android.
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