Verizon is charging you more for the right to buy a new phone.
Razer had a great CES until the company realized two of its prototypes had disappeared from the show floor.
Alexa-powered devices try to buy a dollhouse after responding to a command from a news broadcast.
A relatively new program called Ellp beta lets you automate specific actions on your PC.
Even if you don't have a digital pen, you can still activate the Windows Ink Workspace to see what it's all about.
Office 365 is a great way to stay productive. Here are the main reasons you should give Office 365 a try.
2016's poised to go into the record books as a massive fail, and it's no different in the world of tech.
Keyboard shortcuts should be on every computer user's short list of skills to acquire. Here's a look at how you can use them on an average day.
Tesla's no longer allowing drivers some leeway in setting speed limits with the company's semi-autonomous Autopilot system.
Mozilla is aiming to roll out multi-process Firefox to even more users in January.
Winaero Tweaker lets you do deep system customizations that require meddling in the registry, without directly meddling in the registry.
You can track Santa's annual journey on your PC, mobile device, or even social networks and search engines.
Uber is getting more convenient and social with Snapchat integration and new filters, as well as the ability to set a friend's current location as your destination.
The Raspberry Pi Pixel desktop experience is now available as an early version for x86-based Mac and Windows PCs.
From hacks at Yahoo and the DNC to the rise of IoT botnets, these are the biggest security stories of 2016.