Sick of the Big Three browsers? These 8 alternatives scratch more niche interests.
Do you hate scroling through Netflix's Carousel-style interface on a PC? This bookmarklet can help make the site friendlier for mouse-and-keyboard PCs.
Slack finally has an official Windows desktop app. No more browser tabs.
Looking for some software that makes it easy to design 3D-printed figurines and toys? Check out Autodesk's Tinkerplay.
Google took another step towards transitioning away from SPDY and towards HTTP/2 by adding the standardized protocol to Canary.
Rhapsody is hoping that sharing music on Twitter will help bring in new subscribers to the growing service.
Want to get your hate on for a certain company, brand, or product? Later this year, you'll be able to do that in style with your very own .sucks domain.
It's not just about bookmarks anymore. You've also got to think about extensions and cloud sync when it comes time to jump to another browser.
Internet Explorer increasingly looks like a dead brand walking, though IE11 will still be around in Windows 10 to provide legacy compatibility for businesses.
Microsoft, Lenovo, and others in the PC industry have cleaned up Lenovo PCs with the Superfish adware pre-installed.
Forget biometrics, Yahoo wants to kill the password with text messages.
Evernote has a great browser extension called Clearly that helps you clip articles for later in a reader-friendly view.
They aren't ready for the stable version yet, but website push notifications to your desktop are one step closer to being done.
Microsoft will continue its cross-platform push by bringing Cortana to Android and iOS devices, a new report says.
In honor of Pi Day, here are 10 of the most thrilling examples of makers getting creative with the $35 Raspberry Pi.