The Federal Communications Commission is okay with Wi-Fi router hacking as long as you can't change the radio frequency parameters.
Microsoft has delayed and possibly killed its plan to allow developers to port Android apps to Windows 10 phones.
Want to create a multi-paragraph rant on Twitter, but find the service's native apps too limiting? Try these web apps instead.
AMD is still playing catch-up with Nvidia, but in trying times like these any gain still counts as a gain over its more dominant rival.
If you use Firefox on a Mac or Windows you can finally get your browser of choice on iOS.
Yahoo really wants U.S. Firefox users to stick with Yahoo as their default search engine. So much so, the company is willing to provide everyone else a sub-par experience on the desktop.
Mozilla is playing the part of Trojan horse to get people to try out Firefox OS.
Microsoft Garage is back with another machine learning project. This time the company wants to rank the quality of your facial hair.
Office 2016 offers many enhancements that integrate more tightly with SharePoint and OneDrive. It can be confusing to keep track of all the features, so we pick 10 you are sure to love.
Google Maps is improving offline functionality by bringing it much closer to Maps' connected mode.
Sometimes tech support calls require a little Shove to get going.
The Steam Machine revolution took a long time to arrive, but it's finally here. Does anybody still care?
A good PowerPoint presentation has a lot to do with what you see on that deck, and how it was put together. These keyboard shortcuts will make it all easier.
At least one customer is unhappy with the performance of AMD's Bulldozer CPUs and is accusing the company of making false claims.
Just can't accept Twitter's decision to dump favorites and stars for hearts and likes? This Chrome extension can help you return to the glory days of Twitter.