At the 2015 Build conference, Microsoft tries to prove that its mixed reality headset is more than just a neat gimmick.
Microsoft gives a real name to its new web browser and shows off extension support.
At Build, Microsoft asks developers to give the Windows Store another shot.
By moving remote-controlled outlet and light bulb switches onto a local Wi-Fi network, Hook promises to enable a smart home for under $100.
Instead of jolting you into action, Windows 10's notifications seem eager to put your mind at ease.
As the new model arrives, LG drops the price of its G Watch R and discontinues the original G Watch.
Verizon hopes skinny bundles will lure back cord-cutters, but ESPN doesn't want to be an extra-cost option.
Not everyone wants to tear down Steam after its messy venture into paid mods. Here are some more constructive solutions from the community.
They have the same names and nearly identical designs, but there's one sure way to make sure you get the right version.
Microsoft won't sell its first flagship Windows 10 phone until at least this summer, but maybe we'll hear about it sooner.
Too many regulators had too many problems with making the largest cable provider even larger.
Cheaper service isn't the primary goal with Google's new wireless plans. It's more about providing better connectivity.
Acer isn't waiting for Windows 10 to unload its latest laptops and 2-in-1s.
Development on the free productivity suite is down to just 16 people, and the support system for new contributors is sorely lacking.
Verizon tries to win over cord cutters by breaking up its channel bundles, but watch out for the fine print.