Mean-spirited ads from both Microsoft and Samsung directed at Apple have become something of the norm as of late, but today Microsoft released a series of questionable videos on YouTube that touched a nerve that extended far beyond the Apple faithful. The series, called "A fly on the wall in Cupertino," was quickly pulled after a barrage of outrage and mockery across multiple social networks.
It's a new day, which means it's time for a new Yahoo! logo -- but unlike the company's "30 days of change" that kicked off in early August, this one is permanent, whether the internet likes it or not.
As two-factor authentication becomes more widespread, users start relying more on apps like Google Authenticator, which thankfully received a much-needed facelift — and, less thankfully, one show-stopping bug.
Judging from today's recap, there are at least a few thousand mobile gamers out there who are quite content to line the pockets of game publishers via in-app purchases. While we personally view this new business model as the work of Satan, it shows no sign of stopping in the future. What ever happened to the good old days where you could just buy a game and that was the end of it?
Minneapolis rocker Prince may have given the middle finger to the internet three years ago, but apparently he's smart enough to realize that Twitter is the place to be when it comes to promoting a new album.
Google's media event on Wednesday did indeed unveil an update to the Nexus 7 tablet as expected, but the bigger news had more to do with a $35 dongle that appears to be the company's answer to Apple TV.
If you thought Angry Birds showed any signs of slowing down, think again: Like the movies that inspired the spinoff, Angry Birds Star Wars will apparently not be confined to a single app, but rather a whole series instead.
Americans are headed back to work after the extended Memorial Day weekend, which was a bit lean on tech news, as you might imagine. But that doesn't mean we haven't scrounged up a handful of items to kick off the short work week, including Apple's mysterious removal of QuickTime trailer downloads and details on a new fee AT&T Wireless customers may be scratching their head over.