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Marshmallow includes Now on Tap as well as battery life improvements, and more privacy and security controls.
During today's MAX creativity conference, Adobe announced new touch capabilities and on-the-go editing services.
If individual payouts are less than $10, LinkedIn will add up to $750,000 more to the $13 million pot.
The tablet will reportedly have an 18.5-inch touch-screen display with a resolution of 1,920 by 1,080 pixels.
The new Philips Hue Bridge 2.0 lets users tie into Apple's HomeKit and control their lighting with Siri.
Microsoft will bring at least three new Windows Phones and a tablet to tomorrow's event. Here are our guesses.
With a focus on the traditional activity of coloring, the app's magical digital overlay aims to enhance engagement.
Apple was quick to point out that the issue was resolved in iOS 8.4, and encouraged all current iOS users to upgrade.
The standard Mercedes-Benz Actros, equipped with the intelligent Highway Pilot system, went for a spin last week.
PCMag interviewed director Ridley Scott at the Toronto Film Festival about his new space disaster film, The Martian.
Facebook, Eutelsat, and Spacecom will utilize the AMOS-6 satellite to provide Web service in Sub-Saharan Africa.
That's Cortana, the helpful assistant for real-life people, not Cortana, Master Chief's best friend.
The FAA is moving at a snail's pace when it comes to finalizing regulations for drone use in the U.S.