If you're going to be travelling outside of your home country, you need these eight apps.
Tired of taking night-time photos that come out dark, empty, and boring?
The question in the headline is just the beginning, a starting point designed to kick off a healthy, wholesome debate about the state of the music industry.
Who are the people looking to stand against Internet freedom, and what are they looking to achieve?
It's fair to say Mattel hasn't had a good week. And it's all because of Barbie: I Can Be A Computer Engineer. I can has remix?
Your iPhone may some day be the only device you need to purchase products and services, but first you need to start using Apple Pay.
It’s nice that we can just fill out a form with one click and get things done. It really makes things simple.
Nokia's brand new Z Launcher is here, but is it any good?
Today on Cool Websites and Apps, we are going to take a journey into Middle Earth.
Surely you've heard of the Google Labs, it's a place of imagination where some of the coolest possible products of the future are in the works.
If you want to reduce the hassles of copying and pasting text or managing clippings, you should take iClip for a test drive.
It’s on iOS, Android, Blackberry, and Windows Phone, and boasts over 600 million active users worldwide – but after Facebook’s acquisition of WhatsApp, should you be worried about your privacy? Earlier this year, we asked…
The Raspberry Pi is a surprisingly capable little computer. In the past, we’ve show you how to make a Raspberry Pi home theatre with Rasbmc.
Ranks and scores can be very motivating. Your writing score can be a badge of honor if you do any form of it online. ClearVoice tries to give you an objective measure of your work.
No one wants to think they're being watched without consent. Firefox is the only "big three" browser with zero interest in collecting user data. What does this really mean for users?