Mozilla is joining the other major browser developers by intelligently auto-pausing Flash with more to come in 2017.
Dell's original "mini-PC that could" no longer can, as the Alienware X51 heads into retirement.
There are gaming bundles and then there are gaming bundles. The Humble 2K Bundle offers a ton of killer games for just $15
Deezer's small-scale entry into the U.S. market is over. The service is now available to all—though it lacks a free tier.
Plex has a very nice universal Windows app built specifically for Windows 10, but only for PCs and tablets for now.
The Anniversary Update is chock-full of little tweaks that will make your experience just that much better, like photo reminders in Cortana.
Acer's Predator G1 gaming desktop is now available with the GeForce GTX 1080 instead of the originally announced Titan X.
The addition of Acer's R11 and the 2015 Chromebook Pixel brings the total number of Chromebooks able to run the Play Store to three.
Dish has a new remote that lets you control your set-top box with your voice.
T-Mobile wants some of that sweet, sweet Pokémon Go marketing opportunity so it came up with free giveaways.
The Anniversary Update adds a nice little feature that makes it easy to hide your email address on Windows 10's sign-in screen.
There's a new Moto E3 coming with a beefed up camera and a (presumably) low price.
The original NES console is back in miniaturized form with 30 built-in games, a controller that also works with Wii systems, and HDMI out.
A new form of ransomware, called Ranscam, reminds us why it doesn't pay to pay.
Researchers wanted to find out just how little attention users paid to a service's terms of service and privacy policies. Not much.