Android has nabbed a milestone 81% share of the market in its third quarter, according to IDC. Apple iOS landed 12.9%, Windows Phone 3.6%, and BlackBerry brought up the rear with 1.7%.
Noisy tabs, the frustrating tabs that pop up and play annoying audio ads, could be a thing of the past thanks to Google's latest version of Chrome beta which easily identifies and swats them away.
Twitter has introduced a new feature that allows users to create custom timelines - or Tweet streams - within TweetDeck itself, either by hand or using API.
Microsoft has introduced real-time editing to its Office Web Apps, similar to what Google Drive currently offers. It allows multiple users to co-author and edit documents simultaneously online.
After a slew of malicious extensions attacked Windows devices, Google has made the decision to ban all all extensions not hosted by the Chrome Web store, starting in January.
Google has unveiled its new video chat service, Helpouts. Through it, users can connect with experts on a wide variety of topics for everyday practical use - including DIY.
Apple has joined its tech rivals in asking for permission to make more data requests public, releasing figures on the number of requests it received across 31 countries.
Netflix is introducing Ultra-HD 4K video streams to its site, testing out the resolution with a series of short videos entitled "El Fuente".
At the end of last week, Google unveiled the next version of Android. We’ve picked out 11 highlights to look forward to with KitKat.
The smartphone sports a 4.95in, 1,920 x 1,080 full HD IPS Corning Gorilla Glass 3 display with 445 pixels per inch. It will also be the first device to run Android 4.4 KitKat.
An individual known as "throwawaynexus5guy" got his hands on what he said is the Nexus 5 and hosted an Ask Me Anything (AMA) on Reddit, answering questions about its features.
Raymond Soneira, president of DisplayMate Technologies, had some time with the Galaxy Round, and concluded that these curved displays can help with screen reflectivity and battery life.
As the Washington Post noted, the news is startling because, despite the wealth of tech tools at its disposal, the NSA "has not been known to use them routinely against U.S. companies."
According to September 2013 stats from Net Applications, however, approximately 31.42 per cent of global Internet users are still using the Windows XP operating system.
It was "never our intent, obviously," to make the multi-coloured iPhone 5C an affordable option for those in emerging markets, Cook said during a Monday afternoon earnings call.
An older donation page on Barack Obama's campaign website temporarily redirected visitors to a blank page that said "Hacked by SEA" over the weekend.
Last week, before Apple’s iPad launch, we concocted a list of what we’d like to see Cupertino unveil. So what did we get off our list?
The main site with which you interact - Facebook or Google, for example - is represented as a circle, with third-party sites springing up around that circle, represented by triangles.
Samsung allegedly hired an advertising firm that paid students and bloggers to write posts and comments online that praised Samsung's products but were critical of devices from rival HTC.
Adobe announced today that it will sandbox Flash Player within Safari for OS X Mavericks. In other words, Flash will be contained, in order to make it more difficult for scammers to infect Macs.
Earlier this week, Apple revealed a clutch of new products including new iPads and Macs. So how did the Twitterverse react?
The rollout of new generic top-level domains is finally underway, with the Internet's governing body today delegating the first new domains in Arabic, Chinese, and Cyrillic scripts.
Want to know what we’re hoping Cupertino will reveal later today? We’ve got 9 wishes we hope the Apple genie will grant.
Google today outlined an initiative it calls "Project Shield", which is intended to help guard small websites from distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks.
According to statistics from Localytics, the iPad 2 remains the most popular version of Apple's tablet, with 38 per cent of iOS tablet market share.