ExactTrak already sells USB keys that can be remotely fried with electricity. Is that what AMD wants for its PCs?
Google gave us the scoop on a lot of new features and products at Google I/O. These three stood out from the pack.
Windows 10 will run on older PCs, which is why IDC predicts no boost in sales. But those who sit tight will miss out on some cool new features.
Google's new mobile payments system isn't too complicated. If anything, it's essentially an updated version of Google Wallet.
Don't be afraid to get rid of your cable. Streaming and download services will ensure that you don't miss any of your favorite shows or movies.
Google just lowered the barrier to entry for stereoscopic VR, making the hardware, software, and player broadly available (though not all free).
And since Elder Scrolls Online already made the jump, that makes us two-for-two on F2P predictions.
Now that Android L has given Google's mobile operating system a makeover, Android M focuses on polishing the user experience.
Getting ready to check the "agree" box on that User Agreement? Read this first.
The arrival of Windows 10 won't lead to a surge in PC sales, IDC predicts.
Google is making kits for teachers to take students on virtual-reality tours of the world, using Google Cardboard headsets.
Want to strap your smartphone to your face? It's cheap and relatively easy.
Let the binge watching begin, starting this summer.
Google announces plans to allow users to access and cache apps offline, from Maps to YouTube.
From a customized storefront for everyone, to special filters and controls for parents, the Google Play Store will make it easier to find the apps and content you want.