Adobe is changing the name of Flash Professional to Animate CC to remind you that it supports modern formats too.
The Zuckerberg Chan Initiative will focus on personalized learning, curing disease, connecting people and building strong communities.
HP is scrapping its low-end tablet lineup to focus on detachables, hybrids and business tablets.
It's not nearly as popular as Knights of the Old Republic, Mass Effect, or Dragon Age. But for free? Great deal.
Microsoft is bringing its Cortana virtual assistant deeper into the business world by combining its capabilities with those of Power BI, the company's business intelligence and analytics software.
Google's killing Chrome support for 32-bit Linux machines, but don't worry: You have options.
Lenovo has three new workstations coming in 2016 including a new Yoga aimed at sketchy types.
Microsoft wowed tech enthusiasts with its HoloLens augmented reality headset, and now it's looking for software to run the hardware. The winner of the contest, which runs through early January, will be able to interact with Microsoft developers as they turn the idea into an app.
Nvidia users, look for the new driver update released this morning and then cross your fingers until they go numb.
Motorola's newest smartwatch adds GPS, sweat-resistant construction, and several fitness tracking add-ons.
Similar to Pinterest, you can tap your way to photo-collection bliss when looking up images in any mobile browser.
The new feature, which promises 70 percent data savings, is rolling out first to India and Indonesia for testing.
First came 4K streaming, now comes traditional TV, as DirecTV vows UltraHD channels in early 2016.
It took four months, but Windows 10 is now more widely-used than Windows XP by one metric.
AMD's new Software Radeon Crimson recently exited beta, and with it came drivers that caused some systems to lock fan performance to 20 percent regardless of the workload.