Google is retiring its Meebo Bar on June 6 after acquiring the service last year to focus more on its Google+ Sign-In development and to grow its social network.
Smartphone theft is on the rise and San Francisco police are using devious methods to combat criminals in the area by offering people stolen iPhones to buy themselves.
iTunes is slowly losing its market share in the digital music world to cheaper streaming alternatives, falling to 63 percent of the market, the lowest share the service has been since 2006.
For the first time ever, global smartphone sales have been higher than feature phone sales, signalling the end for feature phones and cementing the smartphone dominance.
A judge has finally ruled that Microsoft no longer has to pay $4 billion a year to Motorola for patents, instead deeming them to be Standard Essential patents licensed at a non-discriminatory rate.
The Blackberry Q10 is set to be released by the end of May for $249 on the big four US carriers.
Twitter for Mac has received its first update since 2011 which finally adds Retina support, more languages and improved photo support, bringing it up to par with its Windows and iOS counterparts.