If you rely on Windows Media Center to run your home theater PC then forget about upgrading it to Windows 10.
What does $2.5 billion get you? If you're a Microsoft, a really cool augmented reality demo.
Need to make sure your PC never turns off, or you want the most extreme power savings possible? Here's how you can set up your own power plan.
Forget about fumbling around with a touchscreen. Now you can just tell your phone what you want to do with a select number of apps.
You already knew the Internet Archive has a catalog of DOS games that are playable in the browser. But did you know you can now play them in Twitter too?
NBC is taking a page from Netflix for its upcoming new series Aquarius, starring David Duchovny
You can already get it by signing up at Hulu.com, but Cablevision's Optimum plans to sell Hulu subscriptions directly to its customers.
Google Now is getting even more useful with a big update that includes third-party app integration from another 70 partners.
This Chrome hidden feature lets you silence tabs with auto-play videos even faster than before.
Another cool feature in this technical preview is the ability to attach files to notes.
Creating an app ecosystem for Outlook.com will help it compete with Gmail, and also contribute to Microsoft's goal of universal apps.
Nokia says phone manufacturing is out, but that doesn't mean it won't license designs to other companies.
There may be some risk, but if you're interested you can check out the Netflix movie selection in countries around the world.
Not only is CyberPower's three-pointed Trinity desktop PC a gaming powerhouse, it's also a conversation piece thanks to its unusual design.
Google has plans to become a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) and that effort could appear as early as Wednesday.