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Google is tweaking its "delta" update system to cut down on the amount of data that Android app updates use.
Has Pokemon Go peaked in the United States? Probably. Is it still going to mint a lot of money and have millions of players running around parks? Probably.
Toss your Twitter password over to Internet superstar Jack Johnson, and he might go into your account and leave you a cute little message or video.
Eleague and FaceIt are partnering up to launch a new Overwatch tournament with a total prize package of $300,000. Start practicing, teams!
Yahoo's ability to create snapshots of seemingly deleted emails helped convict a UK defendant on drug trafficking charges, and his lawyers are now appealing.
Cyanogen is allegedly making some large change in strategy, which includes a bunch of layoffs today.
Who cares about drones that can fly around and take videos when you can reenact the Kessel Run in your backyard?
Pokemon- and photo-themed updates are coming to OneDrive, useful if you like to take screenshots of caught critters.
Verizon wants to be a powerhouse in online advertising, and it controls the on-ramp to the Internet.
The vulnerability can be triggered by sending images in the Messages app; Apple says it's been patched.
Vonage's cloud-based VoIP solution offers dozens of features, and you can get the first month for free if you act now.