Toshiba says the U.S. TV market just isn't worth it anymore. You'll still see the Toshiba brand on TVs although those sets won't come from the company itself.
OnePlus is almost ready to share details of its custom-made ROM, called OxygenOS.
LibreOffice is a great productivity suite and version 4.4 gives the suite an improved interface and new fonts to replace two popular choices from Microsoft.
Australia's major airline is teaming up with Samsung to put virtual reality in the clouds--the real ones.
Don't hold your breath though.
Flash's importance to YouTube has been dwindling for some time. Now Adobe's video solution is one step closer to banishment from the world's most popular video site.
Some gamers noticed issues when Nvidia's bargain priced GTX 970 tried to use more than 3.5GB of RAM. Here's why.
If you tend to have a lot of browser tabs open during the day, a new browser called Vivaldi wants to win you over. The technical preview is available now.
Lost your Wi-Fi network? Can't get a proper signal? Before you call your ISP try these easy DIY fixes.
Cablevision is reportedly planning a new Wi-Fi only voice, text, and data service called Freewheel that will roll out in February.
The NFL and Google have reportedly signed a deal to bring game highlights to YouTube and Google search results.
Not sure how to deal with sticking your stuff in the cloud? Determining your cloud 'personality' can help.
Verizon leads, it doesn't follow, says the company's CFO. So you can just forget about Verizon following the lead of its rivals with great deals that benefit its customers.
After disclosing multiple Windows vulnerabilities over the past month, Google's Project Zero just turned its eyes towards Apple flaws.
Popcorn Time isn't even a year old yet, but it's already on Netflix's radar as a competitive threat. Is piracy truly on the rise in the age of streaming services?