The preview period is over. The official versions of Microsoft's new Office apps for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint are now available for Android phones.
Google is looking up, way up with its latest addition to Street View, Yosemite National Park's El Capitan.
Samsung has introduced its first FreeSync-compatible 4K monitors in time for AMD's Radeon R9 Fury X rollout.
Stream What You Hear provides an easy way to stream music from your PC to your phone or TV.
Undo Send has been in Gmail Labs for six years and now it's finally a standard part of Google's email service.
NASA has a new image gallery in partnership with Luna Imaging to explore everything from Apollo missions to the space shuttle.
When you're searching for a video, only one site will do: Bing.
This little box connects to your circuit-breaker panel and identifies energy hogs in your home.
Nokia itself would not manufacture the phones, though: "We would only design them and license the brand name," Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri told a German magazine.
Microsoft has cut down the field of view for HoloLens since January and it's becoming a distraction.
If you love to have multiple browser tabs open or despise auto-playing videos this Firefox add-on can help.
HVAC monitoring and diagnostic service can help prevent small heating and cooling problems from becoming bigger, costlier ones.
Reddit is the latest site to go all-in on SSL/TLS encryption making it the default for all users before the end of the month.
The Lumia 640 XL isn't a flagship phone, but it's got a big 5.7-inch 720p display at a good price.
There's an interesting new case available for the Raspberry Pi 2 that makes it easy to get at your board's innards while still protecting it.