Verizon leads, it doesn't follow, says the company's CFO. So you can just forget about Verizon following the lead of its rivals with great deals that benefit its customers.
After disclosing multiple Windows vulnerabilities over the past month, Google's Project Zero just turned its eyes towards Apple flaws.
Popcorn Time isn't even a year old yet, but it's already on Netflix's radar as a competitive threat. Is piracy truly on the rise in the age of streaming services?
Spotify has a new solution for previewing songs to save them to your music collection or creating a play queue on the fly.
Acer is toughening up its laptops to meet the demands of students who don't have time or attention to think about caring for a delicate piece of computer machinery.
Choosing the right VPN for you is hard enough. Why make it harder by having to muck about with network settings?
It came to other parts of the world first, but the Plex app for the Playstation 3 and 4 is now available stateside.
Security researchers found a bug in VLC that could let an attacker run code on your machine, but VideoLan says the bug isn't theirs and a fix is already on its way.
In the future, you may soon be able to watch Netflix in your room at Marriott hotels.
It's been almost a year since HTC introduced the well-received One M8. The company's flagship phone is due for a refresh, which is just what we might get at MWC in March--along with HTC's long-expected smartwatch debut.
Steve Jobs didn't like the idea of a stylus, but times change. One analyst believes Apple is about to release its own writing tool for the iPad.
Steam for Linux is packing a nasty bug that some users say has wiped out their personal documents and everything on their extended hard drives as well.
The Chrome OS developer channel is currently testing remote access to Chromebooks, at long last.
Are you paying money for software when perfectly good free alternatives exist? Here are four areas to consider dumping your annual software payments with solid free alternatives.
The creator of Cryptocat and miniLock is back with yet another encryption tool .