Massive amounts of cloud storage for zero money. All this can be yours, with the right strategy and a little help from your friends.
Instead of having the Windows OS and all your apps stored locally, what if Microsoft hosted your Windows desktop on its servers, allowing you to access your personal “PC” from any device?
Google has integrated a remote desktop support feature to Google+ Hangouts, making it easier to troubleshoot someone else's computer. Here's how the new feature works.
Sure, "Streamageddon" is wiping a bunch of titles from the Netflix streaming archives, but it's all part of the company's new data-driven focus.
Yahoo is bringing top-notch celebrities, journalists, and wrestlers to the digital airwaves later this year.
After months of teasing (and years of Google Voice on Gmail), Skype finally starts rolling out to Outlook.com users.
Intel has begun an on-site countdown to its introduction of the fourth-generation Haswell chips at the Computex show in June.
Google is beta testing an extension called Chrome Office Viewer, which allows Windows and Mac users to view Microsoft Office files without having to download them.
LG plans to release a smartphone with an OLED flexible display during the last three months of 2013, according to The Wall Street Journal.
As Twitter gets ready to roll out two-factor authentication into its service, here's a rundown of how other major online services use the security feature.
Nuance finally releases the Swype keyboard for Android in Google Play. The new app features Swype’s popular drag-to-type feature and built-in Dragon dictation.
If you want the thinnest of Ultrabooks but don't need a costly SSD, WD's new thin and slim 5mm hard drives—in standard and hybrid varieties—can save you both space and dough.
Microsoft appears ready to concede what virtually every critic, user, and analyst knows about Windows 8: the new OS needs the Start button back, badly.