Today at the annual F8 developer conference, Facebook announced its new Messenger Platform as well as Businesses on Messenger to expand its traditional messaging application.
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Apple will allegedly be giving 30 minute appointments for those trying out the gold Apple Watch, while customers interested in the regular variants will merely get 15 minutes for the same.
After nearly an year since it first became available to a small set of users, Facebook's "On This Day" feature is now being rolled out to the public giving them easy access to the past.
Security researchers have showcased the hazards of having an unpatched BIOS using a proof of concept malware called "LightEater" at a recent information security conference in Canada.
OnePlus One's CEO has revealed that users from India will be getting an OTA update to Cyanogen 12S, ending the speculation surrounding the future of Cyanogen for the devices in the country.
Due to the strengthening of the US dollar, Microsoft has updated its pricing tiers for Windows Store apps and in-app purchases. Unfortunately this means prices in other currencies will be hiked.
According to a latest leak, Amazon is testing a new "unlocked" feature on its Appstore to give away paid apps as well as the in-app purchases in freemium apps for free on Android.
Facebook is testing a new Android app called Phone, allegedly similar to Truecaller in order to provide caller information to its users and automatically block unwanted calls.
Google has made the Android Auto app available on the Play Store for Android Lollipop users in US, UK and Australia with cars featuring compatible Pioneer head units.
Google has fixed the memory leak issue that has been affecting some Nexus 5 users since the launch of Android Lollipop 5.1, but it might be a while till users finally get the update.
Google might be working on a VPN service of its own to protect users accessing the internet through public Wi-Fi networks as the feature has been spotted in the latest build of Android Lollipop.
SecuTABLET, an Android tablet promising top notch security for enterprises, has been launched by BlackBerry's subsidiary, Secusmart in partnership with Samsung and IBM.
Google has announced that its open source project hosting service, Google Code, will no longer accept new submissions and existing users have an year to download their existing projects.
Microsoft announced the availability of the OneNote Clipper 2.0 with a whole new user interface, a location picker and a smarter algorithm to drop unnecessary portions from web clippings.
Korean electronics giant, Samsung, has announced new Animal Edition battery packs which will feature images of endangered animals to create awareness among people while they recharge on the go.
To increase the adoption of its cloud services and increase sales of mobile devices, Microsoft has announced a strategic partnership with German carrier Deutsche Telekom.
HTC has announced the One M9 at the 2015 Mobile World Congress with an evolutionary design, upgraded internals and an expected launch in major markets in the coming weeks.
Google's Nexus program is set to get a new manufacturer as a latest rumour has revealed that the next smartphone will be made by a Chinese OEM with a probable launch in the second half of the year.
Microsoft launched the Xbox One in China towards the end of 2014 and managed to sell 100,000 units in the first month, but the sales never took off from there resulting in losses for its distributor.
A new rumour has emerged suggesting that Microsoft could be working on a revolutionary feature with DirectX 12, allowing users to combine graphics cards from Nvidia and AMD on the same machine.
China has dropped some of the big companies from its list of approved technology providers for use in government departments to reduce dependence on American technology.
In his latest interview, Tim Cook, has revealed his vision for the upcoming Apple Watch and the challenges behind creating and selling a relatively new type of device for the company.
Select users will now start noticing promoted apps in Play Store search results as Google will start showing ads to improve app discovery and increase the reach of developers.
Google has managed to purchase the .app domain from ICANN for $25 million, which is the highest bid for any domain ever, surpassing bids from other tech companies for the same.
The newly launched low-cost Lumia 435 from Microsoft running on Windows Phone 8.1 has gone on sale in the UK, and is available from various carriers as well sim-free from online retailers.
Google has announced that the Lollipop update for Android One devices will be delivered over-the-air in India, in the coming weeks, but the rollout will take place in small batches
Microsoft has begun notifying Outlook.com users that the chat integration with Facebook and Google accounts will soon be discontinued, and users should move to Skype for instant messaging.
Samsung has been hyping up the launch of its next flagship smartphone of late and now most US carriers have joined in creating the buzz by posting teaser pages on their websites.
Microsoft released their predictions for the 2015 Academy Awards using the power of Cortana and Bing and nearly all of those have been correct with better success in top categories.
Google is reportedly in talks with payment service Softcard to acquire the company with the intention of boosting its own Wallet service to compete better against Apple Pay and Samsung.
Latest research report about security vulnerabilities has revealed that Windows is not the most vulnerable operating system anymore with lesser reported threats than Mac OS and the Linux kernel.
The next episode of the popular television show Modern Family has been shot almost entirely using iPhones to focus on the increased dependence on technology nowadays.
The latest "Who writes Linux?" report from the Linux Foundation has revealed that Intel has leapfrogged Red Hat to become the top contributor to the Linux kernel development.
Google Inbox has been updated on Android and iOS with support for tablets, and the web version of the application can now be accessed from Safari and Firefox.
Apple has been reported to have dropped certain health related features from the Apple Watch due to inconsistent performance and to avoid issues with regulatory authorities across the world.
American chip-maker Qualcomm has been fined close to USD$1 billion in China for anti-trust violations in the country, making it the highest compensation from any company there.
Andrus Nomm, a developer who claims to have worked with Megaupload prior to its shutdown has been arrested in the United States and could testify against Kim Dotcom in the ongoing legal battle.
Google has announced that this year's I/O event will be held towards the end of May in San Francisco and tickets will be sold at random to people who register next month,
Google Talk is set to be discontinued in favour of Hangouts and the desktop application will stop working on February 16, after which users will need to use the Hangouts app for Chrome
PCs featuring AMD graphics cards have been reported to have driver compatibility issues with Windows 10 previews and now the company has assured that it is working on releasing a fix soon.
Microsoft will be releasing the next version of SharePoint Server later this year in the same time frame as Office 2016, with more features and better Office 365 integration.
Microsoft announced the Lumia 435 smartphone last month, and now it seems the device is headed towards UK as Amazon is taking pre-orders for the device with an expected release date of March 1.
WhatsApp's rumoured voice calling service might just be around the corner as a few users have started getting the functionality in the app already, as part of a testing program.
The Chinese censorship of international websites is well known, and now it has become even tougher against social media websites such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and various other services.
Microsoft is busy improving its presence in the cloud technologies area and to keep potential customers aware of their release cycles, the company has launched a roadmap website.
Microsoft has revealed that the next major version of Window Server won't be coming until 2016 and more previews of the operating system will be released throughout 2015.
Microsoft will be adopting a slightly different way of delivering updates to businesses running the Enterprise version of Windows 10, which the company has tried to explain on its blog.
Facebook announced its quarterly and full year results last night and has revealed that it now has nearly 1.4 billion active users which include 526 million mobile users.
Microsoft announced its quarterly earnings report this morning and revealed that it had sold more than 10 million Lumia smartphones, which is the highest number for the product line in any quarter.
Google has issued a statement about its recent decision to not provide security updates for the WebView vulnerability in pre-KitKat versions of Android, and has urged developers to use workarounds.