Oxford University researchers develop a way to transmit data across a room at 100-gigabit speeds using a beam of light. The Flash would be impressed.
Starting at $699, the UX305's price tag is well below that of some of its biggest competitors.
If you use the freebie edition of OneNote, you can now password-protect portions of your notebooks, record audio and video, and more.
The company will end its paid ask-an-expert service this April as part of its yearly "spring cleaning."
Developer builds of Firefox can now run limited kinds of Flash content, even if you don't have the Flash plug-in installed.
Corning's next-generation glass will better withstand scratches, according to company officials.
Have a question as you browse hardware on Google Play? You can now start a video chat with a product expert and get answers.
The new Panic button will let riders quickly summon the police if they're in distress.
Let your face be your password! Would that be your passface? Faceword?
The infamous torrent site returns after being offline for two months.
A new software update for Amazon's virtual assistant device lets you use spoken commands to control iTunes, Pandora, and Spotify playback.
HTC will miss its goal of releasing a Lollipop update to US consumers within 90 days of receiving the OS from Google.
Android Lollipop contains a hidden Flappy Bird clone. Here's how to find it and destroy your productivity.
Walmart's $25 streaming stick undercuts the competition's prices by a good margin.
California ditches a newly instated policy that required rideshare drivers to register their cars as commercial vehicles.