June 2015 was a banner year for PCs, with new CPUs, GPUs, and computers from the titans of the PC industry.
All the new Need for Speed game needs is a few Coronas and someone talking about family and it'd be perfect.
You can now touch the clock to check the time, date, temperature, and battery status.
The Guardian Project's alpha release is now available for anyone to test out.
Don't be afraid to get rid of your cable. Streaming and download services will ensure that you don't miss any of your favorite shows or movies.
PPAs are a great way for Linux users to install software that's unavailable in central repositories, but carry some risks you need to be aware of.
The new charge is separate from sales tax, and could add 9 percent to customers' bills.
A group called Team GhostShell has published data from hundreds of website databases it claims to have hacked.
Getting ready to check the "agree" box on that User Agreement? Read this first.
If you want a whole bunch of Yahoo one swipe away from your home page, then here's the way to do it.
The worst of the XPocalypse is over, but can free upgrades avert a similar crisis for Windows 7?
Gmail has added more themes to choose from and has swapped its old emoticon menu for Hangouts-style emojis.
Microsoft will sell its broadband-equipped tablet to business users in Europe first, followed by retail in the “coming weeks.”
$80 per month for a high-end smartphone and unlimited data? Sounds good, until you get to the fine print.
ESPN columnists and on-air personalities Michael Smith and Jemele Hill to be celebrity DJs on the streaming-music service.