Cable company Comcast has doubled the available bandwidth it provides to most customers in California and some Midwestern states, for free.
Microsoft admits that the web experience while browsing on Windows Phone isn't as good as iOS or Android. But Windows Phone 8.1 Update will change all that.
Microsoft issues updates to Word, PowerPoint, and Excel for the Apple iPad, with some handy new features.
After a month or two in private beta, BlackBerry's flagship messaging app is now available to the public at large.
For only $2,000 or so, you can convert the upgraded MacBook Pro to a 15.4-inch Mac tablet.
A 64-bit version of Chrome inches closer to release status as Google releases it in beta form.
Microsoft keeps making it easier for users to archive content in OneNote. Mac and iOS users can slurp up PDFs and file attachments, and even import files from organizational OneDrive accounts.
Google's improvements to its under-the-radar videoconferencing tool include SLA support, dial-out capabilities, personal calendaring, and more.
A report published Wednesday by DisplayMate's Raymond Soneira says Microsoft's latest Surface iteration receives top marks for color accuracy and power efficiency.
Windows Phone 8.1 Update, formerly known as Windows Phone 8.1 GDR1, adds folders to the Start screen, the ability to sandbox apps, and other features for consumers and businesses alike.
The camera's the thing—or is it? Rumored 'Tesla' and 'Superman' Windows Phones show two sides to Microsoft's strategy. Cheap phones may bring in some people, but the high-megapixel cameras remain the Lumia phones' primary selling point, and Microsoft shouldn't lose sight of that.
If you're looking for a place to stay this summer where you can hole up with Netflix in the evening, avoid some of the hotel industry's biggest names.
Fitbit is publishing its own, first-party app for the Windows Phone platform today. But Microsoft itself beat it to the punch.
Google keeps encroaching on Microsoft's Office territory, with a new capability to import tracked changes into Google Docs.
Nvidia's new Android tablet is built for games, but it has productivity potential as well.
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