Google is making it easier to find content inside your phone with a new feature in the Google app called In Apps.
Fujitsu is now manufacturing a new storage-class memory made from carbon nanotubes that is 1,000 times faster than DRAM and has seemingly limitless endurance.
Adobe Systems released critical security patches for its ColdFusion application server which has been a target for hackers in the past.
Acer's new Spin laptops can be used as a Windows laptop or a Windows tablet.
Battery Saver in Windows 10 is a handy feature for anyone who prefers to keep their power cords at home.
The Chromebook Pixel 2's reign is over, and it's not clear what will replace it.
A new attack analyzed by malware researchers from Microsoft uses Word documents with malicious code that configures browsers to use a web proxy controlled by attackers.
A report by market research firm DRAMeXchange says that by 2018 half of all notebooks sold could be rocking SSDs instead of hard drives.
Google is finally adding a built-in option to Cast open tabs to your Chromecast-enabled television. The extension will still work, but it's no longer needed.
A destructive ransomware program deletes files from web servers and asks administrators for money to return them, though it's not clear if attackers can actually deliver on this promise.
The Idol 4S is no slouch, but is no match for the stiff competition at this price point.
Samsung is rolling out its first quantum dot PC monitors during IFA Berlin this week including a 34-inch beauty with 100Hz refresh rate and AMD FreeSync support.
Security researchers have found a sophisticated malware program that may have been used recently by a gang of hackers to steal more than $350,000 from ATMs in Thailand.
Mozilla has built an online scanner that can check if websites have the best security settings in place.
Now you can play Solitaire, tic-tac-toe, and flip a coin directly inside Google search
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