More than two-thirds of Shots' users are women under the age of 24, an attractive demographic for Twitter.
The app also has a feature to help find your friends and helps recover your Snapchats.
The company is also planning red and white versions of the business-centric behemoth.
The Nexus 6 is by far Google’s most expensive flagship to date, and could be the most bug-ridden.
When a banana and a kissy face just aren't enough.
The plan reportedly calls for the unbundling of Google Search from its other products and services.
The service seeks "oppositional researchers" to dig up dirt on its foes.
Readers pay a few dollars to view select websites without ads.
The site would pay hefty sums for "high quality" long-form journalism, and charge readers $3 per month.
Mozilla says Yahoo offered “improved economic terms” to become the default U.S. search provider.
The new rules will be rolled out over the next year.
Scientists hope to find the right DNA to help extinct life find its way back.
The iPhone-maker’s stylish first wearable leaves the heavy lifting to the iPhone.
The subscription gaming service went down earlier this month, as well.
The “best smartphone camera ever” is acting up, and the issue might lie in Apple’s new image stabilization hardware.
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The social network will host a conference that's traditionally used as a platform to announce new Web content.
Google’s latest operating system incorporates “material design,” as well as a number of issues for early users.
The bitcoins formerly belonged to "Dread Pirate Roberts," the man accused of operating Silk Road.
Snapcash, as its called, allows users to send money to friends, much like the payments company Square’s own app, Square Cash.
Google’s update brings “material design” along with a few bugs.
The company said that posts from pages, which it offered for free, will soon appear much less.
Demand for the iPhone 6 in China is "surprisingly high," analyst says.
Catching up to Apple might appear to be a trend, but Microsoft also has plenty of new tricks up its sleeves.
The small aircraft broadcast fake wireless signals to collect the location data of most cell phones in the country.
Philae, the robotic craft, may have had a double landing due to malfunctions.
Under its latest chief executive, Microsoft wants its services used on competing software.
SpaceX founder Elon Musk says he’ll announce more details on the micro-satellites in early 2015.
But the Facebook-owned image-sharing app's update doesn't include new filters.
Facebook Messenger could soon offer money transfer services to its 500 million users.
The Nexus program has always received Android updates first, but rules were made to be broken.