Twitter is reportedly planning to stop counting photos and links against your 140-character limit for tweets.
Microsoft and the PGA Tour have unveiled the first set of Windows 10 apps to come out of their technology partnership.
Ghostery has announced that it will bring its ad and tracker-blocking extension to Microsoft's Edge web browser.
Hitman GO, the turn-based strategic assassination title from Square Enix, will soon be available to play in virtual reality on the Oculus Rift.
Firaxis has announced Civilization VI, the latest title in its popular grand strategy game series, will launch for PCs on October 21.
Radiohead's new album, A Moon Shaped Pool, is now available for purchase and streaming from the Microsoft Store.
A data breach has reportedly seen the theft of the login credentials for millions of email accounts, including Microsoft accounts.
A developer has made the Microsoft Band 2 more interesting for Halo fans with a new set of tiles that deliver your Halo 5 stats.
Popular skiing game Ski Safari 2 has launched as a universal app for Windows 10 on PCs and mobile devices.
Wattpad, a service full of free stories from new and established authors, has launched its universal apps for Windows 10 PCs.
Whispers of the Old Gods, the latest expansion for Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, is now available for all players.
Mirror's Edge Catalyst has been pushed back two weeks, and will instead launch on June 7, giving developers enough time to shore up the new Social Play features.
Phonos, the third-party Sonos controller app, has launched a preview version of the universal app for Windows 10 PC and Mobile.
A group of HTC Vive customers have joined together to crowd source shipping data for the VR headset, in an effort to divine an order to HTC's shipping methods.
weBoost has announced its latest product, the eqo, a cellular signal booster that works with all of the major U.S. carriers.
Microsoft has published a new roadmap for Windows 10, offering a peek at upcoming features currently in development.
In an effort to turn around the struggling T-Mobile Netherlands, parent company Deutsche Telekom may take a page out of the book of its U.S. counterpart.
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