It's still early days for the Microsoft-Nokia devices marriage, but for now Microsoft is continuing the Android-based X series.
Recently, images of a FirefoxOS-based TV casting dongle surfaced online, but few people know who is making it or when it might be released.
A large number of sites are still vulnerable to Heartbleed, but it's unlikely we'll see them get patched anytime soon.
The year's only halfway done, but hackers have already filled enough headlines to last a decade.
Your keyboard and mouse are a treasure trove of hidden features to help you work faster and more efficiently. Here are two shorcuts that will save you time doing common file management tasks.
Yay, the Surface Pro 3 is here! Well, as long as you wanted the Core i5 version. Everyone else will have to wait.
Google has baked in Hangouts calls to business directly from Google's search results page.
GIMP is a great open-source alternative to Photoshop if you're not willing to spend the big bucks on Adobe's software. Here are three common tasks you can accomplish with it.
Regulators already say they can regulate smartphone navigation apps but want that authority explicitly enshrined in law.
Some third-party programs still try to slip a few extra programs past you if you're not paying attention. Unchecky helps solve that problem.
Apple's doing it, Samsung's doing it, and now Google wants to store your day-to-day health data too.
Nearly a year after landing on iOS, Office 365 business users can try out a pre-release build of a native Outlook Web App for Android.
Starbucks is taking incremental steps, yet again, as it plans a national rollout of Duracell Powermat wireless charging stations.
The OnePlus One was supposed to ship sometime in May, but a pesky newly discovered OpenSSL bug thwarted those plans.
For several months, Google toyed with the idea of hiding full web addresses from users in Chrome. That idea appears to be on hold.