The strained relationship between Microsoft and PC makers is getting harder to hide.
JetBlue is making some bold claims about its new in-flight Wi-Fi service.
Locking up image files might help protect privacy, but would have serious side effects on fair use.
Microsoft may be pushing Windows 10 upgrades harder than ever, with users reportedly having trouble opting out.
The New Xbox Experience has interesting ideas for video viewing, but doesn’t get the basics right.
After months of slinging insults at Apple, Swatch’s big invention is a dumbwatch with an NFC chip.
UberRush launches in New York, San Francisco, and Chicago, with deliveries starting at $5.
Users can add battery life, GPS, heart rate tracking, and more through swappable wrist clasps.
Microsoft will deliver Windows 10 Mobile updates itself, but with help from wireless carriers.
Acer's first curved G-Sync monitor combats tearing, but the Predator X34 doesn't come cheap.
Nvidia’s server-based GeForce Now game service performs surprisingly well with the proper setup, but there are still too many reasons to stay away.
New storage tech from HP and SanDisk aims to be 1,000 times faster than flash.
Rooting the high-tech router reveals a heavily-modified version of Google’s browser-based operating system.
The Universal Media Remote can control cable boxes, audio receivers, and TVs, along with Sony’s game console.
Better get used to the Settings app now, because it could completely replace Control Panel in the future.