The idea of a universal playlist free from regional restrictions of music streaming surely has struck most of us at one time or another. This new music streaming website turns it into a reality.
It's an exciting time of the year filled with family, friends, gifts, delicious food, and general joyous activities; plus it's right around the corner!
Mozilla has released the latest version of its popular web browser, Firefox 26, which brings a new security feature for sites that run Java, a common access point for exploits.
An email signature is your wave of goodbye. It's how you make an impression. Or not. Here are a few tips on what you can do with your own email signature.
There's no doubting that Apple's iPhone 5S introduces one of the best implementations of fingerprint scanning, but it's not been plain sailing for everyone.
Giftster makes family gift-giving a breeze, with personal wishlists and a way to reserve gifts you're buying. The kids get what they want - and no more hassles with doubled-up presents!
The “Hour of Code” free app for iOS is an introductory effort that hopes to make it easier for busy professionals (and students) get a sense of what coding is all about.
Not sure how you can take screenshots on your Android device? Let us count the ways.
By following great tech comics in the right places, you can once again get a daily dose of laughs right alongside your daily news and updates.
Last week, Feedly rolled out a controversial new "feature" -- hijacking feed links. Here's the full story of why people are angry, and how one blogger helped to right the situation.
Spotify and Rdio head to head, Microsoft considers offering Windows RT and Windows Phone for free, Yahoo Mail fails, GTA: San Andreas for mobile, YouTube cracks down on gaming videos, Facebook adds autoplay, Viber 4.1 released.
Rrandomize – The premise of Rrandomize is simple. The mystery of an unknown package can be more fun than choosing something to buy.
Viber Out has been launched, a new feature that allows Viber users to make low-cost calls anywhere in the world, to mobile or landline phones.
If you send an attachment via email, it will be copied an average of six times.
The end of the year is nigh, with 2013 soon to make way for 2014. Like most people, you probably enjoyed some highs and endured some lows over the past 12 months, but you lived…