A new report from The Wall Street Journal(WSJ) has revealed that YouTube didn't contribute to Mountain View's earnings last year.
While Spotify, Rdio, Rhapsody and other music streaming services tout their expansive music catalog and discovery services, what sets Google Play Music apart from the rest of the pack is the ability to upload already owned music into the service’s cloud for free. Today Google announced that it is upgrading that song...
Google has entered into partnership with BlackBerry to enable BES12, a cross-platform EMM solution to manage devices equipped with Android for Work.
Apple is going to be able to track your phone even when it is turned off! The company has been granted a patent that could potentially allow it to track an individual’s iPhone, even when it appears to have been turned off.
Software giant Microsoft has launched a free tool, OneNote Staff Notebook for Education to help teachers and school staff to collaborate more effectively on curriculum development, administrative duties and internal policies.
Samsung Electronics and South Korea’s largest cellco SK Telecom (SKT) have announced plans to partner to demonstrate ‘3D Beamforming,’ an antenna technology that supports high-speed data transmission, at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week.
Today, in an email to Outlook.com customers, Microsoft announced that it will be discontinuing support for Facebook Chat and Google Chat on the service. The company blames the Google Chat removal on Google changing its chat protocol but doesn’t mention why it’s removing Facebook support. Going forward, the only chat service...
Last Year, Google started its (slow) rollout of Inbox, its completely redesigned email experience for Gmail on the web and mobile. Even today, it’s still an invite-only service (but invites are pretty easy to come by these days). Until now, however, it wasn’t possible to use Inbox with Google Apps for Work...
If you are a users of Dropbox, you can now get 100GB of free OneDrive cloud storage though a Microsoft promotional deal.
Google has officially launched YouTube Kids. The company has been working with parents over the past year to create a more family-friendly version of YouTube.