Most Black Friday 'deals' aren't really deals at all. These 10 tech deals truly are.
When Yahoo rolls out as the new search provider for Firefox, Mozilla plans to also introduce a new "one-click search" experience.
Black Friday shopping madness is right around the corner. This year, don't bother hitting the stores when you can find many deals online.
Third time's a charm. Has Amazon finally found the right price for its debut smartphone effort?
If you're flying home for Thanksgiving this month, Verizon has a few freebies to help you enjoy the trip -- but watch out for a few gotchas.
Fear not: Your Zalman warranty will continue to be honored, as the hardware maker is being spun off in the wake of its parent company's woes.
Google's $35 streaming dongle just keeps on getting stronger—though most of the recent additions are of limited usefulness to cord cutters.
A solid Internet connection isn't always available on the road. Here's three ways to stay connected almost anywhere.
The inspiration for the Oculus Rift may have been gaming, but these experiments show how the consumer-grade virtual reality headset could transform more than just your World of Warcraft experience.
Is your new Nexus 6 not as snappy as it should be? The default encryption feature may be to blame.
If you knew the trick, Microsoft would let you chat with one other person inside Office Online. Soon, you'll be able to chat with all your collaborators inside a document in PowerPoint and Word.
Plex is one of the more popular choices when it comes to PC-based home media streaming platforms. Now managing multiple users on Plex just got easier—for paid users, anyway.
The Internet TV revolution will not be televised by Aereo.
In the third time since 2011, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission has shut down another operation selling bogus tech support to Windows PC owners.
Walmart tightened up its online-price matching policy after a few customers took the big box retailer for a ride.
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