Plex Media Server users just got an important upgrade: The company is giving all of its customers, both paid subscribers and free users, an SSL certificate from a trusted authority, for free.
Yahoo says it has a clear focus on search, communications, and digital content, and to keep that focus some older services must go.
It won't be cheap, but if you need a large amount of storage in a package the size of a fingernail, Microdia's microSD is it.
From new Intel and AMD chips to one of the most fire-breathing graphics cards ever to a crazy laser-projected mouse you have to see to believe, this is the PC gear you need to know about from Computex 2015.
Want to pare down your search results on Google, but aren't sure where to start? Try the search tools.
The annual showdown from London, England won't be shown on traditional TV in every market. Instead, you'll have to watch it online courtesy of Yahoo.
New speakers from add a home-theater zone to HEOS networks.
Forget about buying that extra pair of socks just to get free shipping on a pair of headphones. Amazon is expanding its free shipping offers to low-cost items under 8 ounces.
New silicon supports 160MHz-wide channels and other Wave 2 features, but it won’t show up in home routers for a while.
Better start redesigning your gaming den, because this chassis needs to be treated like a work of art.
This shouldn't be a big year for console news at E3, but that doesn't mean the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One couldn't use a few tweaks.
Google has a new My Account dashboard that the company says will make it easier to manage your privacy and security settings.
Don't let hackers take your Facebook account. Protect your email notifications with OpenPGP.
If you use Hola to route around regional restrictions. You might want to think twice about that.
Need to see that New York Times article again, but you just lost your Internet connection? If you've got Chrome or Firefox you can still get to it.