These 4 May fourth tech tributes will add a little extra fun to Star Wars Day.
BBM on Android and iOS now has video chat.
HP's already getting ready for the back-to-school season with two new all-in-one PCs rolling out in July.
Valve is battling Steam cheaters with information that cheaters willingly handed over.
Hulu is doing a middling job combating Netflix. Now, it wants to try its hand at taking on Sling TV.
A new Chrome extension tells you how long it will take you to read that New Yorker article—and whether you can finish it before the afternoon staff meeting.
Want to help Microsoft bash some bugs? Download the Fast ring build 14332 and lend a hand.
USB-C may not only lead a revolution in PC design, it may also change our smartphones and tablets forever.
If you've always wanted an Ubuntu phone, Meizu's Pro 5 is a compelling option, and it's easily available to U.S. buyers.
Once again, a competitor borrows a great feature from Microsoft but offers a far superior design.
No search? No problem. Just send the post to your saved section of Facebook and come back to it later.
Apple stopped supporting QuickTime for Windows, but left a couple of major security flaws unpatched. The company recommends you uninstall it, and now would be a good time. Here's how.
It's like Bigfoot or the Loch Ness Monster: A checkbox for enabling Android apps in Chrome OS keeps appearing and disappearing from the current beta. For Chromebook users pining for Android apps, it's both tantalizing and maddening.
Keep has some new features that make Google's note-taking app easier to use on your PC.
There will be no official way to use Dropbox on Windows XP past August 2016.