It's that time of year again, when the editors of PCWorld and TechHive name the absolute best new hardware, gadgets, software, and services
We'll give you a hint: BlackBerry did not make the dean's list.
PCWorld's editors name the top tech products of 2013, ranging from PCs to productivity software.
Security and flexibility are among several big challenges for wider adoption of the virtual currencies, experts say.
CyanogenMod wants to roll out a encrypted text-message feature for Android phones to ensure that no one's peeking in on conversations.
Qualcomm launched its 64-bit Snapdragon 410 processor Monday, which paves the way for a new generation of complex apps and mobile operating systems.
The goal is to attract customers that find the standard product either too pricey or too limited.
Many medical companies have started migrating patient records over to cloud servers to save costs but those savings could be negated by security costs and risks.
The carrier's data roaming plans will include LTE service, but only in Canada for now.
A report released Monday claims that Microsoft will bring back an optional Start menu (not page) within the next major Windows update. Will Windows 8's Start page be banished?
Users will soon be able to see a recent activity log through Microsoft's website, as well as the locations of each activity.
Sony Electronics president says 4K will be big for the company at January's trade show.
Microsoft is offering Dell's four-star Venue 8 Pro Windows 8 tablet for just $99, but only at Microsoft's brick-and-mortar stores, and in limited quantities. That's the first -- and best -- of Microsoft's holiday deals.
Hunting for the tops deals can be tough so the LogicBuy has done the work for you. Here are some of the best deals of the day.
The luxury sedan, to be announced officially next week, will be able to stop, go, and maintain its lane automatically in slow traffic, as well as read traffic signs.