It's still vaporware, but most pundits expect it will be a game-changer for the software giant if it materializes.
Will new device, if real, compete with iPad or Kindle Fire?
Microsoft issued a patch to address the vulnerability in IE, but the flaw triggering the warning message was not addressed.
All-in-one devices may be alternative to high cost carrier offerings.
Verizon’s shared plans are aimed at eliminating unlimited data offerings from its service mix.
Two cores aren't better than one in Android phones, which don't take sufficient advantage of the technology, according to an Intel executive.
New maps app and more retina displays predicted by Apple watchers awaiting Monday's opening day of the WWDC.
A comparison of harvested passwords from LinkedIn and Gawker Password shows strong passwords are still too rarely used, even among those online most often.
Microsoft's search engine is integrating material from the old-school encyclopedia into its results pages.
The spam campaign is trying to take advantage of LinkedIn users worried that their passwords were among the 6.46 million posted on the Internet.
Smallest increase in three years predicted by research firm IDC as interest in non-smartphones starts to cool.
If a nation-state targets your PC, Google will let you know.
Google buys mobile app Quickoffice in what could be preemptive strike on Microsoft's plans to bring Office to tablets.
The program is creating bogus certificates that allow it to fool Windows into thinking that certain components of Flame are Microsoft products.
Speculation is uniting around a November release for Microsoft to announce an iPad version of Office.