Microsoft will drop integration for Facebook and Flickr from the Photos app in Windows 8.1.
Pebble arrives at Best Buy on June 7 for $150 -- the same price as pre-orders from Pebble's website.
Options hidden deep in this developer tool signal that Windows Phones may soon support Full HD displays. (Finally!)
While the PC gaming world waits for Steam to kick off its annual summer games sale, Amazon is getting an early jump with some deals of its own.
Microsoft launches a Web version of Xbox Music, allowing access to the service on computers that don't run Windows 8.
If you’re buying an Xbox One this fall, don’t think you're going to be able to use the included Kinect motion controller on your PC.
The latest and greatest version of Internet Explorer will end up on Windows 7, but we don't know when.
Windows 8.1 Preview shows much-improved internal apps, and the Windows Store is much friendlier and more filled-out than it used to be.
If you own an Android phone, there's a small chance that you've downloaded an app with some questionable advertising tactics. Now, mobile security firm Lookout is naming and shaming the ad networks involved.
Xbox Music may soon be breaking out of Microsoft's own platform and onto any desktop web browser.
The $100 Ouya Android console has finally made its retail launch, and it's already sold out at some of the biggest online stores—but some early Kickstarter backers have still yet to receive their promised consoles.
Samsung seems to be playing it safe with the latest entries in the once-vaunted Galaxy Tab lineup.
Vizio finally is shipping its first Windows 8 tablet, six long months after it debuted at CES. The Vizio 11.6” Windows 8 Tablet PC is now available for $600 but, if you're seriously considering a Windows 8 tablet right now, the best thing to do is wait.
All of a sudden, we're awash in eye-catching laptops with wallet-busting price tags. How does Samsung's latest ultra-high-resolution Ultrabook stack up to the crowd in a tale of the tape?
This new gaming handheld plays Android apps and streams PC games, but it costs $300. Is it worth the money? Two PCWorld writers argue each side.