Microsoft offers another month of patches to Windows 8.1 users who haven't updated.
There'd be nothing much to wipe from a browser-based operating system, but that's the point.
Website publishers will have to reauthorize Twitter and Facebook sharing as well.
The top 5 percent of data users will see slower speeds at congested cell sites, Sprint warns.
New app provides a continuous stream of videos, without the ads.
The mini PC gets a couple new options, with no assembly required.
Congested connections aren't a net neutrality issue, but they're an argument for more competition.
New app promises secure messaging, but it isn't ready for primetime.
Google Express Shipping lands on both coasts, and is still free for now.
Touch-first or not, these apps get things done.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare may be all about military corporations and super powers.
Support ends, usage dips, but XP users are still legion.
The $300 high-end phone should be fairly easy to get in June, OnePlus says.
Google will reportedly push stock Android with paid incentives for phone makers and unique features for users.
E-mail addresses and encrypted passwords compromised for oughly 2 percent of accounts, AOL says.