Android 9.0 is already on some Android phones. Here's what you can expect when it comes to yours.
DirecTV Now delivers an impressive mix of channels for the money, but people who prioritize a cloud DVR should look elsewhere.
Duo is Google's answer to Apple's FaceTime, and the company swears that the video-calling app is totally different than Hangouts.
Pokemon Go has taken over your phone, the internet and our lives. Here's everything (and we mean everything) you need to know about the hit game.
Sony's PlayStation Vue lets you ditch cable TV and still enjoy tons of live channels and DVR features, and you don't even need a PlayStation.
Adobe has improved the speed of Flash and its integration with other CS3 apps, although flashy new features are few. Plus, Flash now works natively on Intel-based Macs.
Oreo doubles down on the nuts and bolts -- and speed.
If you're a regular browser of YouTube videos, Jasmine is an excellent option with great navigation and added features to make your video viewing even better.
When you see what you get for your money, Mountain Lion surely qualifies as the best value upgrade ever. The built-in social networking tools and the greater organisation afforded by Notification Center are worth the money on their own. The fact you also get native dictation tools, iCloud Document Library and more glosses an already compelling proposition.
Windows Phone 7 offers a fresh, fun user interface, exciting features for music-lovers and gamers, and some gorgeous phones. But there's plenty of room for improvement, especially in the app store.
There's not much you can't do with Roxio's Easy Media Creator 10 Suite, although we'd dearly like to see more of the applications play nicely with each other.
HulloMail is a fantastic alternative to visual voicemail for the 99 per cent of phones that don't have that feature, whether you hate to miss your messages, or hate to have to hear them
Manything can't match the video quality and options of some traditional Wi-Fi cameras, but there's no easier way for iOS users to experiment with DIY home security.
Got old home movies gathering dust and mould? The DVC-100 offers a stress-free way to archive them to DVD for posterity, although critically it doesn't really do much more than that.
Inbox is fantastic for corralling your messy email inbox, if you're willing to let Google do the hard work for you.
Plume has a few flaws, but with its customizable columns and multiple account support, it is a great option for some Twitter power users.
If you just want an easy way to create a slideshow with neat zooming effects, PhotoMotion is a great choice, but music limitations and a lack of extras leave you wanting more.
Highlights of the latest release include improved mobile operation, cloud integration, and editing tools.