HP's late 2014 laptop was an omen of what was to come: a revamped gaming platform with new devices rolling out this summer.
Valve is big on Vulkan and now the company is bringing the new graphics API to its massively popular Dota 2.
Google is far from finished with its attempt to invade the living room, but the Nexus Player's time as part of that strategy is done.
Amazon used to give you a refund, upon request, if the retail price dropped shortly after you purchased an item. Those days appear to be over.
Now Microsoft is recommending 2GB of RAM instead of one to run the 32-bit version of Windows 10.
A little app called Share Via Clipboard takes the frustration out of copying links or other content from Windows Store apps.
Spotify's family plan now offers six premium memberships for $15 per month, equaling those of Apple Music and Google Play Music.
Windows 10 Mobile is still under active development, but nobody's buying—and Microsoft seems to be okay with that.
Purism is back with another crowdfunding campaign to make its free software-focused devices a reality. This time it's an 11.6-inch tablet with detachable keyboard.
Google doesn't want older Chromebooks to run the Play Store, but the limitations don't appear to be technical.
The OneDrive Windows Store app for Windows 10 makes viewing offloaded files easier.
Chromebooks outsold Macs in the early months of 2016, according to IDC. But the victory comes with a few caveats.
Cortana's deep link between Android and Windows 10 PCs is starting to show up among testers in the wild. Windows 10 Mobile is still unpopular, so Microsoft's trying to keep a hand in by offering services and apps to Android and iOS.
Netflix’s war against poor speeds from Internet service providers (ISPs) has a new weapon: The company's Fast.com utility can tell you the download speed between your home and Netflix's servers.
Google wants your input on what Android N should be named when it rolls out later this summer, so choose wisely.