Thunderbolt may be the better technology, but that doesn't matter if nobody can afford it.
Angry Birds Star Wars II is set to land on September 19, complete with a set to 30-plus toys that can be scanned into the game.
PC sales continue to decline, but a closer look at the numbers shows that U.S. sales are stabilizing, though worldwide sales trends remain grim.
From physical destruction to hack attack to the iron fist of the government, we examine whether or not it's possible to flip a kill switch on the United States' Internet connectivity.
Microsoft just overhauled its entire organizational structure to focus on a vision of ubiquity—a vision that could pay dividends to YOU down the line.
A mere day after a new Android version of Google Maps came down the pipeline, it's already being updated to restore an offline mode scoured from the original release.
Affordable virtual reality gear isn’t just for gaming. It could change how people learn history, rehabilitate from injuries, and interact remotely.
Windows RT may not be setting the world on fire—yet—but its underlying principles are shaking the Windows ecosystem to its core.
What does the inclusion of AMD silicon in next-gen consoles mean to PC gamers? Nothing less than more games, better games, and more powerful PC hardware down the line.
In the world of apps, there is indeed such a thing as a free lunch, making this roundup of 12 superb—and free!—Windows 8 apps a virtual smorgasbord.
Microsoft's Windows Store crosses a major milestone as it gains post-BUILD momentum.
Bigger is better, they say, and a new Surface Pro variant sports both a bigger SSD and a bigger price tag.
Yet another senior HP exec hints that smartphones are a-coming, but the first wave might not come to the U.S.
Prepare for the selfie deluge!
Sure, Windows 8.1 may be more about refinement than revolution, but it has some killer tweaks to entice users to check it out.