Microsoft pushed out yet another problematic Windows 10 update, and it erases customizations made to the 'normal' template in Word 2016.
Why continue to pay for cable or satellite TV options you never use? This eight-step strategy can help you significantly reduce your TV bill without giving up the services you really want.
A silly story about Christmas lights slowing Wi-Fi to a crawl went viral, and though holiday decorations aren't likely to cripple your signal, a few common household gadgets very well could.
In locations where Google offers its high-speed gigabit Internet service, AT&T's prices are competitive, but the company charges an extra $40 a month in cities where consumers have little or no choice of providers.
As the holiday season approaches, PC makers are starting to clear their shelves. Here are three must-see deals on PCs you can score if you act fast.
A recent study of the 400 most popular iOS and Android apps reveals that nearly all free apps collect users' personal data.
Tech giants like Apple, Google, and Microsoft have an obligation to make technical changes tolerable for those who pay the bills.
From Lady Gaga to Obama, paid tweets and inflated followings game online reputations and call the whole system into question.
Competition is forcing some carriers to offer cheaper wireless plans. It's about time! But if you want to save some money, you've got to do your homework.
Tough talk about Microsoft's upcoming tablet is the latest sign of a PC industry in panic mode.
While its usage is low, it's not quite the ghost town some claim, and there's a deeper story behind the numbers.
PC makers lard up their machines with all sorts of trial programs you would never want. Now Microsoft is offering to get rid of it, for a fee. But it seems crazy to pay someone to remove software you never wanted in the first place.
The ARM/Apple tsunami is gaining strength, but anyone who thinks it will swamp Wintel anytime soon is badly mistaken.
Business interest in the iPad is increasing, as Android slips and Dell, HP, and RIM are irrelevant.
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