Google Glass may or may not be a consumer hit, but the business applications for Glass could be far reaching.
You may already be using it to shut down your PC, but there's so much more to the power user menu. Here are three options you should be using regularly.
Google recently pulled a $4 security app from Google Play that bilked thousands of users before it was finally found out.
Yahoo is no stranger to original content, but now the company wants to follow in the footsteps of Amazon, Hulu, Microsoft, Netflix, and Sony.
They're not zealots. They're not unaware. Steadfast Windows XP devotees explain why, unlike Microsoft, they won't be abandoning their operating system of choice.
XP has just days of official support left. If you're thinking about buying a new PC, here are a few tips to help you navigate the aisles of your local electronics retailer.
One week later and Office for iPad is still on top of the iTunes charts with more than 12 million downloads.
Skype is getting even deeper integration with Windows Phone in version 8.1 including seamless voice call transfers and voice command video calls.
Microsoft may be giving up on Windows XP, but many users don't appear to be ready to do the same.
Spotify is doing away with its gray theme for a bold new black look. Here's a preview of what you can expect.
OneDrive is a great cloud storage service, but sometimes it organizes your files on Android and iOS tablets in ways you didn't expect. Here's how to fix that.
OKCupid would rather you didn't use Firefox to access its site due to Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich's 2008 support for California's Proposition 8.
Google makes developers responsible for keeping scammy stuff like simulated system alerts and sudden redirects out of their apps. The company also sets curbs on pornography.
Wi-Fi is great, except when it's not. Here are three tools that will make your wireless life easier.
Texas-based TrackingPoint is now accepting Bitcoin for weapons purchases. It's not the first time you could buy guns with Bitcoin, but it might be the first time you could do it legally.