People fed up with the amount of commercials on cable TV may find that the situation isn't much better with streaming services.
Reddit recently released its first-ever mobile app developed entirely in-house, and not everyone is thrilled about it.
Canada's 26,000 refugees can text this service to find out where to buy groceries, or get a doctor.
Facebook used its f8 developer conference to lay out its vision for Messenger.
Nintendo’s first mobile app is quite strange, but fans appear to have embraced it—so far, at least.
Full length games will come to the social network this fall.
The older Roku Streaming Stick was handy, but slow performance marred the experience.
Why pay if you don't have to?
Sesame boasts about end-to-end encryption, data ownership, and digital helpers that make sure your private data is always under your control. Now it just has to prove that it can be trusted with all of that information.
A version of the Nextbit Robin for Verizon and Sprint is no longer in development.