The live streaming video app starts reducing its Twitter dependency after losing access to the network's social graph.
Forget the official Surface Pro 3 docking station. A bunch of Microsoft employees came up with something better as part of a company hackathon.
Apple's support documents now warn that certain tattoos can cause problems with with heart rate readings.
The $3000-and-up battery pack can cut down energy costs or take you off the grid completely.
After users freak out over sweeping design changes, Outlook Mail and Calendar will bring buttons back to the bottom of the screen.
Microsoft releases new software aimed at controlling robots, smart homes, and other small hardware projects. But it's far from a full-blown version of Windows.
You might know Plex primarily as a way to stream videos from your computer to other devices, but a new update aims to make the software just as useful for streaming your music collection.
Microsoft woos app developers with the promise of new promotional opportunities.
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.