Having won the war on cloud storage pricing, Microsoft turns its attention to ease-of-access.
Subscribers will be able to control their smart homes through Comcast's mobile apps, voice control remote, and X1 set-top box.
Pebble's second smartwatch clearly isn't the typical Kickstarter project, given that it's actually going to ship on time.
Windows Media Center won't survive the upgrade to Windows 10, but DVD playback will.
As the music industry tires of Spotify freeloaders, Apple may be pushing labels to kill off unpaid streaming.
OttoPlay offers a traditional channel surfing experience, but for Netflix and YouTube videos.
The live streaming video app starts reducing its Twitter dependency after losing access to the network's social graph.
Forget the official Surface Pro 3 docking station. A bunch of Microsoft employees came up with something better as part of a company hackathon.
Apple's support documents now warn that certain tattoos can cause problems with with heart rate readings.
The $3000-and-up battery pack can cut down energy costs or take you off the grid completely.
After users freak out over sweeping design changes, Outlook Mail and Calendar will bring buttons back to the bottom of the screen.
Microsoft releases new software aimed at controlling robots, smart homes, and other small hardware projects. But it's far from a full-blown version of Windows.
You might know Plex primarily as a way to stream videos from your computer to other devices, but a new update aims to make the software just as useful for streaming your music collection.
Microsoft woos app developers with the promise of new promotional opportunities.
At the 2015 Build conference, Microsoft tries to prove that its mixed reality headset is more than just a neat gimmick.
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