April Fool's Day has officially left the office and entered cyber world. Today smartphone and tech savvy goers will find no shortage of fantastic pranks via Facebook and Twitter newsfeeds, YouTube videos and through Google.
In a bid to go head to head with Netflix and its popular original House of Cards series, Amazon on Monday green-lighted six more original series, following their successful pilots, which will be available exclusively on Amazon Prime Instant Video.
Twitter announced that it will now give users the option of photo tagging, one of two new photo features that are a part of its updated mobile app, launched on Wednesday.
Are consumers willing to pay and tip their restaurant servers via their smartphone? Maybe, maybe not, but a host of mobile payments apps are betting that eventually they will and feverishly working to get restaurants to sign on.
Shipments of Apple's MacBook have fallen "significantly" this year, according to Digitimes. Is consumer demand dying for the MacBook or is Apple getting ready to launch a new model?
Consumers, for the most part, have little interest in using their mobile phones to tip fast-food workers, a recent survey conducted for TheStreet found.
Amazon reportedly has the option to acquire a 4.2% stake in Yodel, the U.K.'s second largest delivery service behind the Royal Mail, according to The Guardian. It is the latest example of Amazon furthering itself into the the shipping and logistics industry.
Apple iPhone demand could "surprise to the upside" in the back half of the year, according to UBS, as sales get a boost from the China Mobile deal and following the release of the iPhone 6.
Roughly 1,400 attendees invited to view the Game of Thrones Season Four premiere on Tuesday night at New York City's Lincoln Center.
Starbucks customers were anxiously waiting for the coffee chains updated mobile app for Apple iPhones, but they had to wait longer than expected. The app was released on Thursday, one day later than anticipated.