Microsoft this week made good on a 2014 promise and withheld security updates from users of older versions of Internet Explorer.
Qualcomm's Snapdragon X16 LTE Modem, coming to devices in the second half of this year, is the company's first chip for both forms of unlicensed LTE, the technology for putting cellular signals on frequencies like those used by Wi-Fi.
Microsoft will launch Remedy's upcoming Quantum Break Xbox One game with a digital copy for Windows 10, with more deals like this to follow.
A great camera is key for any flagship to be a hit, and it appears HTC may borrow a page out of Google's latest playbook.
EVGA’s latest graphics card makes connecting a virtual reality headset to your PC a breeze.
IO Interactive and AMD team up for a big performance boost on Radeon graphics cards.
Google's Eddystone Bluetooth beacons can now share URLs directly with Android devices, expanding the physical web.
Box now allows you to scan, then store, physical documents within its cloud service and its Box Capture app.
A self-driving computer algorithm may be the equivalent of a human driver as far as the NHTSA is concerned, but now is not the time to give up the driver's seat.
Cinemax streaming breaks from the cable bundle with $10 per month Sling TV add-on.
That's a nice looking Microsoft Android phone you've got there.
Archive.org's Windows 3.1 section brings SkiFree and JezzBall to your web browser.
AMD details the CPUs that you'll need to run Oculus Rift, but I'm still confused
Wearables today are overwhelmingly tethered to smartphones. Qualcomm wants to change that by bringing LTE connectivity to wearables with its new Snapdragon Wear platform.
Low-cost smartphones could be packed with premium features thanks to Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 425, 435 and 625 mobile chips.