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.
Android still isn't desktop-friendly, but that's not stopping HP.
With the help of MasterCard's payment network, users can spend Bitcoins just like cash at retail stores.
Buyer beware: This tablet does not yet exist.
Screen mirroring and keyboard control no longer require a Samsung PC.
AMD's latest cards now come with up to three free games.
Hotspot 2.0 technology lets users automatically connect to any hotspot after a single login.
"Buy once, play anywhere" comes to Microsoft's ecosystem.
Why wait? Microsoft's developer preview is actually open to anyone who's a little adventurous.
The forward-looking folks at Microsoft Research demo'd Live Tiles that scroll and expand. It's still just an experiment, but it sure sounds cool.
Samsung's latest flagship phone hits 125 countries and all the big U.S. carriers.
Subscribers can now snag an LTE-enabled tablet for the same price as the Wi-Fi-only model.