The future of the Web is encryption, though there are still some technical details to work out.
Creating game saves is easy. Here's how to track 'em and back 'em up just about as easily, with smarter use of services and storage.
After tracking 25,000 hard drives for 4 years, BackBlaze has some answers about the lifespan of hard drives—answers that involve bathtubs.
Microsoft has released a firmware update to boost the Surface Pro 2's endurance, but the improvements vary greatly depending on what you're doing.
At least two large criminal cybergangs are actively exploiting a vulnerability in Microsoft's Office, Vista, and Lync, but a fix won't be ready in time for patch Tuesday.
Google is going to stop allowing non-sanctioned extensions to work on its Chrome for Windows browser. It's for your safety, you understand.
Skype decides it won't kill all aspects of its desktop API just yet, after facing widespread backlash on the decision to do so.
Nvidia's latest graphics card is the greatest ever sold, pushing more frames than even the $1000 GTX Titan.
As the computing world splinters into diverse niches and form factors, let's remember that all these devices share the same background.
Yet another CEO of a major PC player has been shown the door. The times appear dark, but the future of computing has never been brighter.
Your browser goes bonkers! Your firewall freaks out! No worries: Windows can repair many problems itself. Here's how.
Tiles. Files. Apps and Snaps. The update's jam-packed with little things that add up to a big improvement over Windows 8.
Users say Dell's Latitude E6430u laptop has a distinct odor, but the company says the nauseating smell won't actually make you sick.
A subtle tweak in Windows 8.1 hardware requirements is leaving some users behind on Windows 8. Even worse, affected users will be cut off from critical updates in 2015.
Good-bye, Messaging. Farewell, My Computer. These and some other features were left behind in the jump from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1, but for the most part you won't miss them.