Apple's Game Center may be getting some competition. An Android-centric website uncovered a purported ‘Google Games’ feature after digging through the My Glass companion app for Google Glass.
During its Thursday earnings announcement, Microsoft's chief financial officer said the company was working with hardware makers"on a new suite of small touch devices powered by Windows."
LinkedIn's newly revamped mobile apps blow away their predecessors, but bear a striking resemblance to another big-name social network.
Nokia's first quarter financials show the Lumia lineup picking up steam globally, but it's actually losing steam Stateside.
Intel executives love to talk about how the next generation of PCs powered by Intel processors is going to be surprisingly cheap.
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Kick it old school! Here's how to coax your modern-day machine into running the antiquated bounties of the Internet Archive, which now boasts the world's largest historical software collection.
YouTube's VHS emulator adds a fun VCR-inspired dash to streaming videos, but Betamax's legacy forms the very root of Aereo's business.
The beleaguered smartphone maker refutes several analyst reports that the BlackBerry Z10 is not selling well in the U.S.
The Windows Store is bulking up with time, but Microsoft's app market still has some painfully conspicuous omissions.
The mission: To spend a week solely in Windows 8's modern UI. The results: Enlightening. The verdict: You'll have to read to find out.
Could cheap, yet full-featured budget machines, help the embattled PC market regain some of the ground it has lost to tablets and other mobile devices?
In just one year, on April 8, 2014, Microsoft will stop delivering security updates for Windows XP, the second most popular operating system in the world.