If you bought a Toshiba laptop between 2011 and 2016 you might have a faulty battery pack eligible for a free replacement.
Amazon now forbids USB-C cables that aren't standards compliant and pose a potential risk to your devices and chargers.
The Razer Ripsaw helps stream your gameplay online.
Facebook is pushing the concept of Messenger as a platform, with possible new features including retail in-store payments.
Mixing quality components with light weight, the Chromebook 14 seeks the same business users drawn to Dell's Chromebook 13.
A handy Chrome extension stops the 'continue watching' dialog and kills the 30-second intermission between episodes.
Samsung's Smart Windshield concept brings a virtual dashboard to your bike powered by a smartphone.
Canonical's first convergence device is here with the ability to switch between a desktop and mobile device, similar to Microsoft's Lumia 950 and 950XL.
Atari Vault is now available on Steam. These 100 classic games add modern features like online multiplayer.
Redbox is coming up with a new online video store for rental and purchase called Redbox Digital.
Textify is a free Windows utility that lets you easily copy a window's text, whatever the source.
YouTube is working on a new app called YouTube Connect that streams live video broadcasts from your phone.
Privacy.com lets you create one-time use and merchant-specific debit cards to limit the use of your actual credit and debit card numbers.
Microsoft's chatbot, Tay, learned hateful rhetoric through its online interaction with others.
The Google Chrome app launcher is leaving Windows, Mac, and Linux.