The backers of CurrentC want to take the time to “do it right,” but it’s hard to see what else could go wrong at this point.
The supercomputer and one-time Jeopardy champion puts its analytical skills to work by summing up the buzz on NFL stars.
By preventing laptops and desktops from performing a truly clean install of Windows, Lenovo may have left users open to attack.
Users who set Firefox as their default browser can use Cortana web search with whatever search engine they want, instead of just Bing.
At $250 for lifetime DVR service, buyers will start saving money after 17 months.
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While Netflix and Amazon release entire seasons at once, Hulu is sticking with weekly releases for its original programming.
Using a computer algorithm, The New Yorker’s cartoon contest editors weaned out thousands of unfunny submissions.
Mojang would rather focus on continuous updates and cross-platform features--kind of like its corporate overlords at Microsoft.
$50 isn’t a lot more to pay for a snazzier design and a screen that’s easier to read than the plastic-clad Pebble Time.
The 4K resolution video format will finally meet optical media for those with little bandwidth to spare.
Windows Media Center was the best over-the-air DVR solution for PC before Microsoft removed it in Windows 10. Now, users must make the best of other options.
A solid e-mail app is essential for Apple Watch users. Outlook’s new smartwatch adaptation gets the job done with a priority inbox and helpful shortcuts.
Once a beloved maker of connected TV software, Samsung’s Boxee employees were reportedly building futuristic tablet controls for smart TVs. But in the end, they ran into familiar problems.
The Industrial Designers Society of America praises the new start menu for combining a 'familiar and learned legacy' with 'modern capabilities.'