Squashing sale rumors, Sony's Hiroki Totoki says the smartphone plays too important of a role in controlling a vast array of connected devices.
An unconfirmed image of BlackBerry’s next smartphone shows a full suite of Google apps.
Users of Amazon’s online storage service can now view all their files on iOS and Android, but there’s still no way to edit or upload.
Microsoft may be on the cusp of handing a finished version of Windows 10 to PC makers, just a few weeks ahead of the operating system’s official launch.
If you're not a Windows Insider, you may have to wait past launch day as Microsoft rolls out the upgrade in waves.
Can't decide on the best way to send audio from your phone to your sound system? Now you don't have to.
The streaming-video site has snapped out of its lethargy with loads of new content, but it might not have cord-cutters’ best interests at heart.
The new charge is separate from sales tax, and could add 9 percent to customers' bills.
The worst of the XPocalypse is over, but can free upgrades avert a similar crisis for Windows 7?
Microsoft will sell its broadband-equipped tablet to business users in Europe first, followed by retail in the “coming weeks.”
$80 per month for a high-end smartphone and unlimited data? Sounds good, until you get to the fine print.
AMD graphics card users with money to burn can finally get tear-free gaming on a monstrously-large curved display.
The blogging platform no longer requires a Twitter or Facebook account, but still won't let you create a password.
Windows RT was a compromise for ARM-based tablets, and so is its upgrade path: new features, but not the whole, new operating system.
To avoid leaving legitimate users behind, the anti-malware vendor hands out free licenses for faulty keys.
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