Google's new Photos service holds a bit of a nasty surprise as the service continues to collect users' photos even after the app is deleted from a phone. Google says this behaviour is normal.
LG V10: A solid contender distracted with gimmicks
...of Windows phone frenzy, Marshmallow 'progress' and a Ninja Monkey
Windows 10 build 10586.104 and changelog history site rolls out
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Is Steve Ballmer the unsung hero of Microsoft's resurgence?
Coin 2.0: More of a conversation piece than your credit card replacement
The Upload feature found on the Xbox One is now available on the web and there's even a new Xbox 360 app, which users can download to access all the uploaded gaming clips on Microsoft's platform.
If you're on Verizon's FiOS service, the company has some good news for you: from today, it's introducing a huge boost to its upstream speeds, with uploads up to five times faster, free of charge.
Kim Dotcom has shared some of his extremely ambitious plans with the internet via his Twitter account, indicating that he isn't going to give up on his goals for the future.
Facebook has chosen to replicate the design of the UI for Google+ photo viewing, in a move intended to promote more interaction between users.
The file-upload service Dropbox has confirmed that it has passed two milestones, with more than 45,000,000 users of the service, and a massive $250,000,000 bonus in funding.
Virgin Media today announced a free upgrade for its broadband customers. Calling it an 'adrenaline shot', Virgin is aiming to boost upload speeds for customers across its range of broadband speeds. The upgrade has begun to...
On Friday, a new build of Deep Zoom Composer was released sporting some really neat new functionality including the ability to upload collections to Microsoft Live Labs PhotoZoom. Microsoft Live Labs PhotoZoom is designed...