Can’t wait to try out Google’s next sweet mobile OS treat? Just follow these instructions—as long as you have a Nexus phone or tablet.
Microsoft's digital assistant arrives on the Xbox One in 2016, but Xbox One Experience Preview testers will get to try it later this year.
Amazon's partnership with Insteon provides the Echo with broader device compatibility, bringing it a little closer to being the center of your smart home.
The FCC database indicates the upcoming LG 5X will work on all major US carriers and carry a 5.2-inch screen.
Twitch's new feature make the livestreaming service more competitive against YouTube's upstart Gaming section.
These ten threats, bugs, and vulnerabilities serve as reminders that computer security goes well beyond the PC.
Windows 10 users can expect a plugin-free Skype Web app sometime later this year.
Visiting—or merely mousing over a link that contains a specific string of characters—is enough to cause the current release of Chrome 45 to crash.
Google isn't saying what it'll announce, but all indications point toward Android Marshmallow, new Nexus phones, and a revamped Chromecast.
The Game DVR makes it easy to share game clips with your Xbox-using friends. Here's how to use it.
A court in Washington state ordered a company behind a crowdfunding effort to pay over $54,000 in restitution and fines.
The company says that it's integrating features from the Lumia camera apps into Windows 10 Mobile.
If you search for a competing browser using Bing on Windows 10, Microsoft will gently nudge you toward its own offering.
Cumulative Update 5 for Windows 10 Home corrects an issue that made it impossible to disable automatic app updates through the Windows Store.
If The Australian's testing is any indication, you shouldn't have to worry too much about your evil twin or doppelgänger unlocking your PC using Windows Hello.