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.
WhatsApp is leaving BlackBerry, and now its parent company Facebook is too.
Amazon's new cable store offers Comcast's Internet and cable services.
A quick command in Run turns File Explorer into an at-a-glance display for all your installed programs and Windows Store apps.
Here's how to turn off Twitter's new algorithmic feed that shows the "best tweets first."
Netflix fans thinking about a new television might want to take a look at the streaming service's recommendations.
AMD's Gaming Evolved app now makes it even easier to capture and share your highlight gaming glories.
T-Mobile's Binge On program has added support for porn site MiKandi.
With a simple tweak of your Windows settings, you can get a charge from your USB ports when your PC is in sleep mode.
The new Asus VivoMini PCs come with a Nvidia GT930M discrete graphics options.
MSI is getting caught up in the virtual reality ecosystem with the Vortex, a new pint-sized PC with a whole lot of power.
Google Maps got an Uber upgrade that makes it clearer and easier to hail a car with your smartphone.
Comcast is offering blazing fast Internet service in Atlanta at a good price, as long as you don't mind a heavy commitment.