Microsoft's published timeline for support of Windows Phone 8 and 7.8 shows the two mobile operating systems will be orphaned in 18 months or less.
Redbox Instant has emerged from beta testing to offer $8 monthly subscriptions with four one-night DVD rentals and unlimited video streaming.
Microsoft says an outage that left Outlook.com and Hotmail users without access to emails for almost 16 hours this week was due to overheating servers in the data center.
Android devices draw almost 80 percent of mobile malware, and was the target of more than 300 threats identified by security firm F-Secure in a recent report.
Windows RT, Microsoft’s first tablet-focused operating system, is not proving popular in Europe.
By moving to open-source WebKit, Opera says it managed to make its browser faster, on par with Safari on iOS and Chrome on Android.
A job listing for a Windows Phone software engineer spills the beans about a major Windows Phone update this upcoming holiday season. Could it be the platforms first fabled "Windows Blue" release?
Lending more credence to the idea that the PlayStation 4 is a computer in console's clothing, AMD's marketing head has announced plans to release a stripped-down APU based on the hardware in Sony's machine.
In the face of skyrocketing royalty fees, Pandora reintroduces a 40 hour per month listening cap for free mobile listeners.
Adobe releases yet another critical security update for its Flash player software after hackers begin actively exploiting flaws in the wild.
After nearly two years in development, Microsoft's latest and greatest Web browser lands on Windows 7.
The operating system that just won't die rises from the grave once again, with news that LG has purchased WebOS from HP.
A security breach at Zendesk, a popular customer service provider, resulted in hackers obtaining support information sent to a trio of social networks. How bad is the damage?