This business-oriented portable delivers on speed and battery life, but its support options are staid by corporate standards.
Lucky residents of Illinois, Oregon, and Washington can save money on auto insurance if they use this app (and drive wisely). The rest of us have to wait.
More than a dozen tax prep services promise to minimize hassles and maximize refunds. Here are our picks for every type of filer.
Is that an instant message? No, it's your life coach giving you a "remote high-five" for exceeding your step-count goals.
The concept sounds simultaneously futuristic and bizarre. But mark my words: You'll get one. And sooner than you think.
The Google-Motorola marriage wasn't exactly a match made in Heaven, a new report suggests.
The Oculus Rift may soon have some more friends: The Stereoscopic 3D Gaming Alliance rebrands itself and expands its focus to include hot gaming technologies such as gesture control and virtual reality.
Shipping a final version of Firefox for Windows 8's "Metro" environment "would be a mistake," the vice president of Firefox concludes, because of the tiny number of users.
The NTIA plans to let its domain-name contract with ICANN expire in late 2015, its administrator says. ICANN will then develop its own Internet governance model.
Just days after launching, Popcorn Time shuts down for vaguely worded reasons.
Veronica Mars hits theaters today, thanks to fans who helped fund the movie via Kickstarter. We look at ten other crowdfunding success stories.
Basketball fans who owns a Windows 8 PC or Windows Phone, this is the app to run once March Madness begins.
Dual-booting Android with Windows doesn't make sense, but a Windows Chromebook would be to die for.
Selling consoles like smartphones was a failed experiment.
In a sweeping interview with Rolling Stone, Bill Gates reveals his affinity with Zuckerberg and lauds innovation in California, even though 'half of the companies are silly.'
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