Hey, developers! Do you feel like you're in demand? Apparently you should.
In a pure case of closing the barn doors after the horses have come home (and so many corporate Twitter accounts have been hacked), Twitter has announced today the option to implement two-factor authentication.
If we needed an event to wake people up to the power of native advertising, it's surely Yahoo's $1.
Google really, really wants us to like Google+. Google is embedding Google+ into each of its products, making it increasingly difficult to use its services without embracing the Google+ borg, whether you want to or not.
Smartphone manufacturer HTC is in disarray. According to a report from The Verge, the company is hemorrhaging executives from its Seattle-based office amid poor sales, internal turmoil and controversy.
The debate about app design largely centers around screen size.
This post is the first in the ReadWrite series "Making Android Pay," in which we'll explore the opportunities and challenges mobile developers face in trying to make money from Android apps.
If the Xbox One is the future of gaming, then that future is as grim as everyone feared.
Today in Redmond, Microsoft unveiled the Xbox One, its vision for the future of home entertainment.
It's not every day one of the big three gaming powerhouses announces a new console.