The latest dev build of Chrome transforms into a full-blown Chrome OS installation when you open it in Windows 8 Metro mode.
It's another step towards Xbox assuming Microsoft's all-encompassing entertainment brand, but don't expect this to open the achievement point floodgates if you're on non-Windows systems.
Universal content protection methods make sense, but the EFF argues that embracing DRM goes against the philosophy of the open Web.
The battle for your living room could become even more crowded if Amazon rolls out a set-top TV box this holiday season.
Digital privacy is within your grasp with this practical beginner's guide to encryption.
The takedown of the Net's most notorious website has all the makings of a Hollywood movie, but it also offers some key lessons about Bitcoins, online security, and more.
A Yale professor brought it to Microsoft's BingItOn.com search superiority claims with the help of 1,000 online workers and is calling shenanigans.
WD has done connected hard drives before, but My Cloud is all about simplicity.
Move over MTV: The YouTube Music Awards are muscling in an the awards scene with help from Lady Gaga, Eminem, and Arcade Fire.
As dissatisfaction with the NSA grows, so are secure chat options.
After dodging the cops in Belize and succumbing to the heat in Guatemala, eccentric millionaire is spitting in the eye of another authority with D-Central, a device intended to circumvent NSA drag-nets.
A thorough examination of a leaked version of the next Gmail Android app suggests ads are finally hitting your mobile inbox.
Which is scarier: The fact that malware can get cozy in your hardware, or the fact that it was completely undetectable until now?
A new Google research project has developed a hardware-free way to project your smartphone screen to a connected display.