Now that the legal enmity between Microsoft and Samsung has ended, it's opened the door for greater collaboration, it seems.
Obi Wan said it best: 'If you strike me down, I'll become far more powerful than you'll ever imagine.' That's happened with AMD's API Mantle which died at 1.0 but has risen as the new Vulkan API.
The company is pausing at just the right time to see how the Apple Watch performs before the masses.
With so many companies building smart home for humans, it's about time someone thought of the pets.
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.
Microsoft's Larry Hyrb tweeted the news at us this week, and console owners are getting pretty upset about it.
Waiting is never easy, but at least more of the top flagship phones are finally getting their taste of the latest version of Android.
SoftKinetic’s depth-sensing camera attaches to the Oculus Rift headset and lets you use your actual hands in a virtual reality game.
Getting ready to check the "agree" box on that User Agreement? Read this first.
This smart precision appliance promises to never overcook or undercook your meats and vegetables.
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.
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.