It didn't take long for all the barking about the death of Windows XP to gain some teeth.
Some U.S. cable subscribers are going to be able to ditch their Roku this week and just watch Netflix through their cable provider's TiVo.
It's easy to dump all your desktop bloatware in one fell swoop, but what about all those programs you don't need on the modern side of Windows? A new app helps you dump modern apps in bulk.
Critics say the FCC is going to ruin the Internet with its new net neutrality proposal.
The Heartbleed bug was a wake-up call for the tech world: major companies benefiting from open source projects like OpenSSL are better off paying a pittance to support their development.
We know for certain that the Start menu is coming back to Windows 8.1. But when that will happen is still a mystery that has the rumor mill working overtime.
We already know a lot about the device, but the OnePlus One smartphone running CyanogenMod is finally here.
Google has a new advertising program that lets advertisers target you based on the apps you use, how often you use them, and the types of in-app purchases you make.
A security researcher who first discovered a back door in a number of different router models says the patch meant to fix the vulnerability didn't change anything.
Managing your Wi-Fi connections may not seem all that important...until it is.
Email encryption is a great way to keep snoops out of your private correspondence. Too bad it's not a realistic option as a built-in feature for Gmail.
Here's how to take advantage of Bing's new personalization feature to get timely news and weather updates on Bing.com
Ubuntu 14.04 'Trusty Tahr' is here as Canonical's latest LTS release. It's more about stability than new features, but still begins a new era for Ubuntu.
In the future, Chrome OS users may unlock their PCs just by having their smartphone nearby.