Windows 8.1: Will Much-Missed Start Menu Return in August?

Microsoft might be bringing the sorely missed Start menu back for the Windows 8.1 update which will be released sometime this fall. Read More

NFLX: Netflix to Debut First Original Spanish-Language Series in 2015

Netflix has announced its first-ever original series in Spanish. The 13-episode series will be released sometime next year. Read More

Yahoo Search Aims to Dethrone Google on AAPL Devices

YHOO is trying to get AAPL to ditch Google in favor of Yahoo Search on iPhones and iPads. But does it really have a chance of being successful? Read More

Time Machine: Google Maps Now Lets You Travel Back in Time

Google Maps now lets users hop in a virtual time machine to see what places looked like seven years ago while using Street View. Read More

15 Apps For Your iPhone Better Than The Ones Apple Made

Your iPhone comes with a bunch of standard apps right out of the box. But since the App Store launched, developers have found ways to improve on the basics. Here are 15 examples... Read More

Wednesday Apple Rumors: 5.5-Inch iPhone 6 Debut Delayed Until 2015

Apple's 5.5-inch iPhone 6 won't launch until 2015; Google to pick up some Samsung patent trial expenses; and Apple releases Heartbleed patch for Airport. Read More

5 Reasons Why Comcast Is Able to Keep Cord-Cutters at Bay

What, you thought Netflix, Amazon and Hulu were going to suck CMCSA dry overnight? Not quite. Comcast has fought back to more subscriber gains. Here's how. Read More

Aereo Review: What Is It? Where Can I Get It?

Aereo is the new way of watching television. This revolutionary company allows you to access all your favorite TV shows on any device. Read More

Nest Thermostat May Be Coming to Google Play

The Nest thermostat, which learns heating and cooling schedules to adjust temperatures automatically, was briefly listed on Google Play's support page. Read More

Tuesday Apple Rumors: Apple Gearing Up for Major Mobile Payment Push

Apple is hiring senior execs for mobile payment service; Apple offers free device recycling; and Samsung says Apple patents worth just a fraction of claims. Read More

AT&T to Bring Ultra-Fast Broadband to 21 Cities

AT&T is looking to bring ultra-fast broadband to 21 new U.S. metro areas including Cleveland, Miami, Orlando, Houston and more. Read More

Netflix Gives Official Thumbs Down to Comcast-TWC Deal

Netflix has made it public that the company is opposing the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger as the combined company would have too much power. Read More

Domino’s Pizza Now Accepts Google Wallet

Domino's Pizza is now accepting payments from Android customers using Google Wallet on mobile devices and is offering free food for orders over $10. Read More

MSFT, NOK: Nokia Oyj to Be Renamed Microsoft Mobile

According to reports, MSFT will rebrand Nokia's phone business Microsoft Mobile when its purchase of the unit closes this week. Read More

Windows Phone 8.1: The 5 Best Features of Microsoft’s New OS

With Windows Phone 8.1, Microsoft unveils its Cortana personal assistant to compete with Siri and Google Now while aiming for double-digit market share. Read More

Monday Apple Rumors: Apple Battling Google for Top Gaming Apps

Apple is making deals with game developers to boost iOS; first-generation Apple TVs suffering iTunes problem; and some unclaimed WWDC tickets available. Read More

The 5 Best Fitness Apps to Get in Shape

Smartphone apps have made it easy to track your workouts and take them anywhere. Here are five of the best fitness apps out there. Read More

Whopper Wi-Fi to Roll Out at Burger King Nationwide

Burger King says it is rolling out "Whopper Wi-Fi" at its locations across the U.S. using AT&T's Ready Zone Wi-Fi hotspot technology. Read More

Friday Apple Rumors: Apple Pushing Mobile Industry Toward 64-bit Chips

Mobile industry moving toward 64-bit chips after Apple's A7 surprise; Morgan Stanley says buy AAPL now; and Burberry CEO's arrival at Apple may be delayed. Read More

Proof That Netflix Is Destroying Cable TV

A report from consumer data company Experian suggests online video content services like Netflix are pulling people away from cable television...so what's the future of cable? Read More