The Duolingo language-learning app picked up new social functionality this week with a new feature called Clubs.
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It wasn't the best of times or the worst of times. But 2016 was a notable year for the personal technology we cover here at Thurrott.com.
Nintendo's smash mobile game, Super Mario Run, is coming to Android. And now users can pre-register for the initial release.
Microsoft has posted all of the content from its Xamarin Dev Days live event, allowing developers to view the content on demand.
One of the more overlooked ways in which Android is just like Windows is in its various market defeats: Is Android a one-hit wonder?
Cyanogen announced over the holiday weekend that it is shutting down. The firm was once seen as a potential inroad for Microsoft in mobile.
As it turns out, Spotify isn't the only music app that can control Sonos connected speaker systems. Google Play Music can as well.
For the past few months, I've been testing a new capability that integrates Spotify Premium with the Sonos connected speaker system.
This one is personal. And while all technology can be frustrating at times, I've never run into anything quite like Skype.
This weekend: Microsoft and Mobile World Congress, a quick reminder about Photosynth, Google Wallet web update, Windows phone insanity, more.
Google has replaced the stock Google Keyboard on Android with a keyboard app called Gboard that it previously released on iPhone.
Microsoft has finally brought Your Groove, a curated playlists feature, to Groove for Android and iOS.
The Google Drive app for iPhone now makes it easier to switch to Android. But this method is readily available elsewhere too.
Years in the making, Google's Internet of Things (IoT) platform, now called Android Things, is ready for its first developer preview.
Today: Lost Odyssey for Xbox 360 is free for a limited time, Dolby Atmos sound is coming to Xbox One and Windows 10, Mario comes to iPhone tomorrow, more.
Today, the Google announced Android Wear 2.0 Developer Preview 4, adding a number of new features for developers and (eventually) users.
Following up on last week's OneNote posts, I thought I'd open up my own notebooks and explain how I use this product every day.
Today: Music videos in Groove, Supreme Court rules in Samsung's favor, Sonos 7 comes out of beta, Apple Watch sales are a mystery, more.
Make no mistake when it comes to virtual reality (VR). It's not a fad. And it's only going to get better over time.
Google announced has begun rolling out Android 7.1.1 Nougat to its Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones and supported Nexus devices.
Google's new Daydream View VR headset offers an interactive step up from basic virtual reality experiences like Cardboard.
Microsoft announced today that it is giving away SwiftKey themes on Android and iOS for free. It's not clear if this is a limited-time offer.
Microsoft announced today that it has finally added Cloud Storage Partner Program (CSPP) support to the Android Office apps.
Microsoft is celebrating the huge success of its Minecraft: Pocket Edition mobile offering and talking up its plans for the future.
Nokia will formally re-enter the smartphone market in early 2017 with a family of Android-based handsets. But make no mistake: This is not the Nokia of old.
The market researchers at IDC now say that smartphone sales growth will be almost non-existent, at 0.6 percent, for calendar year 2016.
Netflix has finally added a feature that users have been clamoring for: The ability to download TV shows and movies and watch them offline.