Plume wants to put a pod in every room of your house, with most router functions controlled by the cloud.
Facebook is turning to its user base to help solve its clickbait and fake news problems.
OneNote doesn't make it easy if you want to use the date as the title of a section page, but here's how you can do it.
Chrome 55 is here with the promise of defaulting to HTML5 instead of Flash for most of the web—though as far as we can tell that's not quite the case.
Microsoft puts Windows 10 Insider preview builds on hold as the company transfers the Insider program to the Unified Update Platform.
Amazon Prime subscribers can now get access to the on-demand content libraries of HBO and Cinemax via their favorite online retailer.
Starting on Sunday, December 4, All Access subscribers can watch NFL games broadcast by their local CBS station.
It's not an intuitive process, but it is possible to stop auto-playback on kids profiles in Netflix.
Plex Media Player is now available to everyone, as is the Plex experience which is now on Kodi.
HP has a new education laptop with a rugged and spill-resistant design.
The teardown masters at iFixit got their hands on a Surface Studio earlier than expected. Inside, they found swappable storage drives and a dedicated ARM processor for the display.
Netflix is finally allowing you to download select movie and TV show titles for offline viewing on mobile devices.
Zotac's sharing more details about its backpack PC that "untethers" virtual reality users.
Windows 10 forces updates on home users, but Windows 10 Pro users can slow down feature upgrades if they want.
Amazon's next-gen Echo may be one part high-quality speaker and one part high-quality tablet.