Microsoft says its Signature Type Cover for the Surface Pro 4 is “unlike anything you’ve ever experienced.”
BlackBerry has stopped producing phones with its in-house operating system as the company focuses on a more secure Android.
The future of Windows includes phone-to-laptop docks, PC-to-PC screen casting, and more ways to unlock your desktop.
Google Fiber swaps its free, 5 Mbps plan with a $50 per month, 100 Mbps option for Kansas customers.
Through a deal with Cablevision, Optimum TV subscribers can now flip over to the Hulu channel on their cable boxes.
Senator Al Franken wants know why Oculus Rift is collecting so much data.
HTC demos Vive VR at GameStop and Microsoft Stores, so you can taste gaming’s future without $800 and a fancy PC.
Chromecast’s hotel version lets you bring your own apps and subscriptions to the guest room.
Google Chrome may add native notifications in Mac OS X, and there’s hope for Windows users too.
The official Reddit app is fast and free, replacing the need for third-party clients.
Tile: For when your Apple TV remote is too slick for its own good.
Amazon Prime subscribers can now get free same-day delivery in more than 1,000 U.S. cities and towns.
Revolv users may get “compensation” from Nest as they try to get their smart homes working again.
Long-rumored Surface phones may not arrive until 2017 as Microsoft puts its phone plans on ice.
Intel and Razer may have cracked the code to modular computing with more powerful NUCs and external graphics cards.