The popular BitTorrent client tries to turn a buck through cryptocurrency, but sends users scrambling for alternatives instead.
Word on the street is that Apple's long-rumored streaming service could be unveiled in June at the company's annual Worldwide Developer's Conference.
Did you get caught in the GDC news onslaught this week and miss something important? We've rounded up all the biggest announcements.
Google's foray into becoming a mobile carrier will start with a very niche device.
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.
You no longer have to use the Force to become a Jedi, thanks to a STEM system that tracks the motion of your body.
Nvidia's Titan X wasn't the only new graphics card to show up at GDC. AMD was quietly showing off an R9 300 series card powering a virtual reality demo.
The Spotify desktop app’s new lyrics feature runs afoul of U.S. copyright law, according to karaoke provider DigiTrax CEO Joseph C Vangieri.
Getting ready to check the "agree" box on that User Agreement? Read this first.
Juggling too many printers in your life? This quick trick will let Windows take care of all the hassle for you.
Google has added a number of iOS 8-specific features to Gmail including the ability to reply or archive messages from the lock screen.
A recently disclosed vulnerability in SSL/TLS implementations also affects Microsoft's Schannel crypto library and Internet Explorer
Want to buy a Steam Link? Well, you'll have to wait a bit longer—but there's a new hardware tab in the Steam store.
But many of the benefits offered by self-driving cars won't appear for decades, says research from McKinsey
Move over, Oculus. There's a new sheriff in virtual reality, and it's named HTC Vive.
After an aborted launch in 2014, Valve's back with more than a dozen tiny Steam Machines taking direct aim at consoles.
This is it: the most promising gear we saw under the Barcelona big-top. Send us review units, now!
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