Android Instant Apps begins limited testing
First introduced at last year's Google I/O, the lightweight software loads with a URL tap and installs on the fly.
Right to Repair bills introduced in five states
It’s your stuff, you should be able to fix it.
AT&T adds an international roaming day pass with catches
You can use your own plan, but it could get expensive.
Snapchat fights clickbait in Discover stories
It's also rolling out its promised redesign to everyone.
Google Voice gets a long-overdue visual refresh
A few new features are on board here, and Google says it'll keep working on the app going forward.
Samsung will keep using the Galaxy Note brand
The Note 7 fiasco wasn't enough of a showstopper to prompt a name change.
ZTE is learning crowdfunding requires a crowd
Almost halfway through its campaign and the company has raised less than 10 percent of its $500,000 goal.
Every Chromebook released in 2017 will support Android apps
You won't have to be picky about your choice of Chrome OS devices.
Sprint buys a 33 percent stake in Tidal's music service (updated)
You'll have to subscribe to the carrier to listen to certain exclusives.