Smartphone buyers may soon have a choice between Android and Windows Phone...in the same device.
The PC geek's beloved video player, VLC, has finally landed on the modern side of Windows 8.
It's not just for dirty pictures. Incognito mode can also help you access your favorite news sites and keep upcoming surprises away from prying eyes.
Raspberry Pi fans can now get their hands on a $33 Wolfson audio card that improves the board's audio processing chops.
This surprisingly slick desktop program lets you stream movies via torrent as easily as you stream movies on Netflix.
Office Online and the addition of mobile apps are major improvements, but clunky controls hamper attempts to work together in real time.
Managed correctly, the Windows taskbar can be the center of your PC's universe. Here's how to seize control.
The alleged outing of Bitcoin's mysterious creator becomes even more murky.
The HP 8 is friendly on the wallet, but you definitely get what you pay for.
'Satoshi Nakamoto' has allegedly gone from an assumed pseudonym to an identified senior in California.
Getty just took the radical step of opening the doors to its deep image collection. Here's how to put the pictures to work on your website.
Following in the footsteps of Firefox and Chrome, Opera has jumped on board the WebRTC bandwagon.
The latest Chrome beta build includes voice search capabilities, but an extension can add the functionality to the stable version of Chrome today.
Reports say former Windows 8 co-chief Tami Reller and former Skype CEO Tony Bates are leaving Microsoft for greener pastures.