British school children around age 11 and 12 are about to get a free micro-PC to learn how to code.
Are you over-using a few words in everything you write? Here are two tools to help check yourself.
You can already get a Samsung 850 Evo or 850 Pro in 1TB versions, but soon you'll be able to grab 2TB drives for all your insane storage needs.
You can get Intel's PC dongle with Windows, but if you prefer open source, the Ubuntu version is coming soon.
LG's AIT panels are coming to a notebook near you.
Don't want to bother with Apple Music or iTunes, but curious about Beats 1 streaming radio? Turn to Spotify and Twitter for a sampling.
Wi-Fi is wonderful, and even more so when you use these free tools.
Gmail has added more themes to choose from and has swapped its old emoticon menu for Hangouts-style emojis.
Now you can watch 60fps YouTube videos on your mobile device, as well as your PC.
AMD's new Radeon R9 Fury X comes with a customizable front plate that you can trick out with a 3D printer or CNC machine.
Autopagerize helps you get through multiple web pages by automatically loading them for you. No mouse required.
Finally, you can make a comprehensive playlist of late 70's and 80's rock thanks to AC/DC landing on streaming services like Rdio and Spotify.
Samsung researchers have found a way to make silicon a more viable material for future lithium-ion batteries.
Now you can stream your personal photos and videos stored in OneDrive to your TV via Chromecast.
Lenovo wants to create a retro ThinkPad laptop that embraces design touches from the clamshell's unassuming past.