Chrome security engineers have proposed that all websites that don't encrypt traffic be marked as insecure by browsers.
The studio says it didn't crack under pressure from hackers, and says it's exploring alternatives to a theatrical release.
Snapchat doesn't offer an official Windows Phone app yet, but it's asked Microsoft to remove the unofficial ones, some of which have proved risky to users.
Google extends its one-click enhancement features to video, adding a little more incentive to store your memories in the cloud.
Over-scripting customer service calls can turn them into something a support session should never be: robotic. Here's how to keep the humanity in support calls.
You may think you're saving money on ink by buying third-party supplies, but expect some hassles.
Aw, you fell sleep watching your favorite program? Virgin Media's KipstR checks one more first-world problem off the list.
Jawbone fitness trackers to exchange data with Big Ass Fans' smart ceiling fans.
Before you fly home for Christmas or lock down your holiday plans, why not pick up a sweet new Samsung HDTV for $198, or an Alienware Gaming Console for $499?
Whatever your itinerary, these resources can save time, money, and maybe even your sanity.
The anything-but-Windows PC ecosystem is vast, and it saw some tremendous upheaval in 2014—some good, some bad.
Microsoft barely made it through 2014 on the positive side, as the company absorbed Nokia's phones and Mojang's Minecraft, introduced Cortana, and put out fires in Windows 8 and Windows Phone. Relive the saga with us here.
Disney movies, music videos, and kid-friendly programming can be easily shared right to your television with these apps.
President Obama stops talks of "cyberwar" in its tracks; North Korea denies links to Sony hacks.
Goolge experiments with bringing spoken commands and questions to Chromebooks, and Dev Channel users can take it for a spin.