Amazon's first foray into smartphones brings some interesting features to the table, but frequently stumbles over the small stuff.
The cable giant says it will review its training and incentive programs after a maddening customer service call goes viral.
Certain Chromebooks get pinch-to-zoom support and a touch-enabled window manager.
Private conversations will fully sync across devices -- except for the messages you delete.
Now's the perfect time for Verizon to generate some good will.
As Microsoft downsizes, Nokia looks to drop its Internet radio efforts.
Amazon's new subscription e-book plan includes more than 600,000 titles, but no major publishers.
Microsoft removes Nokia name from some Windows Phone apps, but the company isn't totally letting go just yet.
A fresh spotlight on an old issue with Chrome for Windows finally gets Google's attention.
The huge improvements in Windows Phone 8.1 will soon be available without jumping through any hoops.
GameStream could finally make its debut on a standalone Nvidia tablet.
Blackberry's messaging app heads to Microsoft's platform after 'an incredible number of requests.'
But how committed is Microsoft in the long-term, now that its focus has shifted?
The makers of Train Simulator plan a new flight sim using Microsoft tech for 2015.
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