It's taken months of confused looks, but Google's finally seen the light. Hotpot, which has been a universally scorned moniker for a service that just about everyone called Places, is now simply lumped in with Places.
Twitter just boosted its security with a new two-factor login method. The new option, which was announced in the form of a YouTube video, oddly enough, allows users to require a verification code each time they log in.
The first crazy leaps into a Star Trek future just showed up in the latest stable build of Chrome. As of now, "Conversational Search" has now rolled out, which means that Chrome can now remember what you're searching for if you ask a couple of questions in a row.
Verizon Wireless today announced that it will be the exclusive distributor of a new carrier named Viva Movil that specifically targets, markets to, and serves the growing Latino population in the United States. Read the full story here.
Vancouver, Wash.-based company Investist has a new idea for rolling in style. It's called Hovertrax, and it's an auto-balancing, electronic transporter with two-wheeled gyro technology — or, more simply, a wiggle board with power.
The maxim "If you want something done right you should do it yourself" usually does not apply to car cleaning, but the owner of this Ferrari 458 Italia who loaned their precious Italian sports car to mobile car cleaning service probably regrets outsourcing that particular job given what's le