It's another big sales weekend for Apple as the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus hit the street with 10 million devices sold already.
The next version of Android, due out before the end of 2014, will encrypt all devices by default.
CyanogenMod has an almost one-click installer to install the community-driving ROM onto your Android device.
Mac users have to wait for the release of OS X Yosemite to snag iCloud Drive support.
Microsoft hasn't made any huge changes to Office since it launched subscriptions for home users in early 2013. That may soon change, one report says.
BitTorrent's Bleep messaging app is now available for anyone to try.
Pretty soon Revolv users will be able to pause their connected stereo and dim the lights every time a call comes in on their smartphone. All thanks to IFTTT.
It appears a new Kindle Paperwhite is coming, according to Amazon's international sites.
A concerning XSS flaw discovered by a German security researcher appears to be fixed. Here's what happened.
Need to know a quick fact? On an Android device, you can now get the answer to some questions faster than it takes a Google search page to load.
You can't always count on your spam filter to keep you safe. For those times, it pays to keep your scam sleuthing skills sharp.
The rumors turned out to be true. Minecraft is about to become a Microsoft property.
Chromebook users can now cast videos stored in Google Drive to their Chromecast--as long as they're running the dev version of Chrome OS, that is.
Tired of seeing Outlook fire up every time you accidentally click a mailto link? Here's how to stop the madness and make those links useful.
Yes, that's more than half a terabyte of storage capacity on a freaking SD card.