Just can't accept Twitter's decision to dump favorites and stars for hearts and likes? This Chrome extension can help you return to the glory days of Twitter.
Nvidia is the biggest name in desktop graphics cards and the company's strategy is to keep it that way.
HTC's latest attempt to stand out from the crowd it once rose above is now available for sale at AT&T, Sprint, and HTC.com
4K isn't a standard feature in laptops yet, but Samsung is ready to join the 4K laptop club.
A new hardware device wants to make it easy to make sure you kids aren't overloading on Internet content. But the digital nanny's methods may not sit well with some.
Windows Spotlight puts a Bing images slideshow on your lock screen, but right now only for Windows 10 Home. Here's how to get something similar in Windows 10 Pro.
The flood of holiday games is underway and Nvidia is gearing up for the season with game-ready drivers on day one.
The most interesting PC design choices are happening with laptops and hybrids, but that sleekness suggests user-initiated PC repairs may soon be a thing of the past.
Activision Blizzard is paying through the nose for King Digital Entertainment to get access to the company's nearly half a billion mobile gamers.
It was nice while it lasted, but Microsoft is dropping the unlimited storage limit for Office 365 subscribers to 1TB.
Instagram is following similar efforts from Snapchat and Twitter to turn public, user-created content into collections centered around specific events.
Pirated Windows copies abound, and instead of fighting it, Microsoft is inviting pirates to come clean. Here's how to get a legitimate copy of Windows 10 now, and more on the one-click upgrade Microsoft plans for the near future.
Encrypted chat is easier than you think. Cryptocat, Tor Messenger, and BitTorrent Bleep let you chat with your friends in privacy and security. Here's how to set them up.
We conduct a séance of sorts to call forth the souls of operating systems past—not so we can gaze upon their ghastly interfaces, but to learn from their tragic demises. What happened to OS/2? Why won't Windows XP users give up? Find the answers here.