If you've ever sighed in frustration at not being able to leap straight from discovering a song to playing it ad-nauseum on Spotify or Rdio, here's a heads-up.
MediaFire says its cloud storage service now has 30 million users, but it seems that only a minority of those have installed the Android or iOS interfaces -- the former has seen less than 500,000 downloads, for example.
While taking a look around HTC China's online store after the Desire 600 (aka Desire 606w in China) announcement, we also stumbled upon this Desire 608t that was first outed by TENAA in late April.
Jack Dorsey's little card reader that could TM has made its first journey beyond continental North America, and is now available in Japan.
It didn't take long for HTC to go official with the Desire 600.
Twitter Cards are meant to enhance a user's -- er, advertiser's -- tweets with relevant links and photo previews.
With Computex just around the corner, MSI has taken the wraps off what can truly be described as a next-gen gaming laptop.
Amazon's Kindle Fire HD 7- and 8.9-inch slates have only seen limited shores since they were formally announced, but today the company said they're now available for pre-order in more than "170 countries and territories around the world.
Google Ventures has a reputation for backing tech winners early on -- it gave a boost to this little startup called Nest, for example.
Lenovo's just announced its Q4 and full year 2012/13 financial results, and all the indices point to good news for the Chinese computer maker.