Almost a year after tipping its hand at Google I/O 2014, Google announced Android for Work, a way to lock down sensitive business data on personal Android phones owned by employees--using versions of Android either old or new.
You pay for a set amount of data, so what business is it of your ISP to decide where you use it? We explain Net Neutrality ahead of tomorrow's FCC vote to regulate the internet like a public utility, and why it should matter to all web users.
Chase's early numbers on Apple Pay adoption are promising: More than a million of the bank's customers have added debit and credit cards to the service since it launched last October.
Canonical just released Ubuntu 14.04.2, the second point-release of the Ubuntu 14.04 LTS series. As always, this point release brings hardware support updates so you can continue installing Ubuntu 14.04 on new PCs. You won't get the hardware support updates on existing PCs, though--if your computer's hardware doesn't all work properly, you'll want to update it yourself.
A budget Windows Phone phablet for AT&T and a slew of smaller handsets could be on tap for Mobile World Congress, according to one in-app advertising firm.
Google is testing yet another method of contacting businesses from search results. This time it's text-based chats via Hangouts. Twitter user Matt Gibstein first posted screenshots of the functionality on Tuesday.
For anyone still unsatisfied with the Metro-tinged Start menu in Windows 10, Stardock is back with another alternative.
Months after gamers discovered that Nvidia's GeForce GTX 970 utilizes an unconventional split memory design that can affect gameplay in certain scenarios, the situation finally seems to be coming to a head. The controversy moved beyond online forums late last week, as online retailers began offering full or partial refunds to unhappy GTX 970 buyers and Nvidia was slapped with a class action lawsuit alleging false advertising.
Pretty soon chats in Outlook.com are going to be all Skype, all the time. Microsoft is pulling the plug on Google Talk and Facebook chat in Outlook.com. The company recently sent out email notifications to Outlook.com users to let them know about the change.
Plex doesn't exactly hide the fact that it's a killer app for pirated video. Just look at the marketing materials for the media server software, and you'll see how easy it is to stream your collection of movies and TV shows to all your devices. The open secret is that you probably can't acquire that kind of video collection without downloading from BitTorrent or ripping your DVDs or Blu-ray discs (circumventing copy protection is either against the law or fair use of discs you purchased, depending on your perspective).