When Steve Ballmer retires from Microsoft, the tech world is going to lose a whole lot of funny.
A new Microsoft CEO can reshape the company in ways Steve simply can't at this stage of his career, and that could be a boon for besmirched desktop lovers.
It's the end of an insanely profitable era as Microsoft moves into a mobile-tinged future.
Cry not for the death of the Ubuntu Edge, dearest friends. Rejoice in the future it heralds.
Skype is now baked into Windows 8.1, Xbox One, and Outlook.com. But until Windows Phone gains momentum and the wireless carriers chill out, it will never become a mobile standby.
The League of Legends hack is bad, but fortunately, the most crucial information was encrypted.
All the desktop operating systems are integrating mobile features, but they're using very different methods.
You think USB 3.0's 5Gbps transfer speeds are fast? Thunderbolt 2 is FOUR TIMES FASTER.
Google, it seems, is thinking of the children.
Silent Circle explains the technicalities behind its decision to fall on its sword before the government came a-knockin'.
Produce your own music, podcasts and other audio projects with this powerful (if obtuse) open-source software.
Satire much? If so, these reviews will scratch your funny bone—and better yet, Amazon's looking for submissions.
Two days after a Microsoft-made YouTube app arrived for Windows Phone owners, Google blocked Microsoft's access for the second time this year.
The most successful crowdfunding campaign ever is very likely to end up a resounding failure -- at least on paper.
Consumers are the firm focus of the Windows Store, but business owners can find plenty of finger-friendly apps designed for portable productivity.