Have you driven a Ford lately? In a few years you may not have to if the new self-driving car venture between Ford and Google is successful.
Don't like the randomly generated name Windows 10 gives your computer after a clean install? Here's how to change it to something more memorable.
This year’s leaders down the path of fail include Microsoft, Jay Z, Yahoo, Nvidia, AMD, and Reddit. Read on to see why they made the cut.
We saw major cyberespionage groups uncovered, the most embarrassing data breach in history, an unbelievable Android flaw, and incredibly stupid decisions from two major PC makers.
The next-generation open source graphics API Vulkan won't be ready before 2015 is out, but the Vulkan Working Group says the first version is almost done.
The web has a Ray Bradbury-inspired status code that tells you when content you want to see is blocked due to "legal obstacles."
BMG has won its suit against Cox and that's bad news for anyone suspected of piracy.
Microsoft originally said we'd see Windows 10 mobile upgrades start in December. That's been pushed back until early 2016.
The Force Awakens is here and the Internet is now a minefield of spoilers. This Chrome extension helps keep you spoiler-free until you're ready to see the movie yourself.
MSI says it has just what you need to keep your Skylake CPU from bending due to a monster cooling set-up: a metal frame.
A new update to the Surface app lets you launch a desktop program with a click of your digital pen.
Nvidia's latest GeForce Experience beta adds a much-needed screenshot tool and new tweaks for Twitch and YouTube Live broadcasts.
If you're running a 64-bit version of Windows 7 or higher there's finally a version of Firefox designed to take advantage of your system.
Netflix takes a huge chunk of bandwidth in North American during peak periods. A new approach to its encoding could change that.
Super Mario Bros. 3 never made it to PC even though two of the biggest names in PC gaming history tried to make it happen. Here's what that first early rough cut looked like.