If you love to hate Gmail's contacts manager you now have a reason why is stinks so much: priorities.
Firefox has a plan for its new tab page before it gets filled up with your most-visited websites.
The Web has come a long way, but some programs still try to sneak changes to your browser past you. Here's how to undo their evil work.
Windows users may soon be reading books, magazines, and comics through an Xbox-branded reading app.
Hewlett-Packard says its firware updates for servers are valuable intellectual property, and soon the company will charge for access.
Outlook.com's alias feature can help protect you against marketers, would-be hackers, and more. Here's how to set one (or more!) up.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation's add-on forces websites to use HTTPS encryption whenever possible.
Need to get more than one thing done at a time? There's a Snap for that.
According to Net Applications, use of the aging system has actually increased—just months before official Microsoft support is slated to end.
Big changes in this update include improving the modern UI experience for traditional point, click, and type PC users.
Take your desktop with you where ever you are.
An Amazon Prime subscription could cost you $20 to $40 more per year sometime soon.
Live Tiles aren't dead, but they might be hidden in the next version of Windows.
Dell's pocket PC is powered by Android, but plays nice with desktop virtualization services from Citrix, Microsoft, and VMWare.
It's yet another step towards Bitcoin going mainstream, but the popular personal finance software won't treat the crypto-currency as cash.