4K is so 2014. 8K is on its way and might land in laptops sooner than you think.
AMD is back and this time it's mostly ready for the Battlefront beta next week, after the company's initial Battlefront-focused beta driver had a major memory leak issue.
Little more than a year after it was first introduced, Sprint is increasing the price of its $60 unlimited talk, text, and data plan.
Pixel C vs. Surface 3: fight!
Where Office 2013 made file-sharing complex, Office 2016 makes it easy as pie.
Thanks for confirming the Lumia 950 and 950XL before the official launch, Microsoft!
Android 6.0 is headed to Nexus devices the week of Oct. 5.
Windows 10 automatically puts new Mail notifications in the Action Center, but doesn't tell you about it. Here's how to fix that.
Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Elements 14 are here and they've got a bunch of tweaks, including 4K video support.
Office 2016 has a few web-integrated smarts including a feature that lets you look up terms and phrases via Bing directly inside the Office suite.
BlackBerry's rumored 'Venice' phone now has an official name, but not much else in the way of official details.
Windows 10's Cortana uses Bing for web searches by default with no official option to change it, but there are ways to get Cortana to embrace Google.
Private browsing modes don't protect you from third-party tracking during your browsing session, but that's about to change on Firefox.
In October, Samsung will roll out V-NAND flash M.2 sticks with 256GB and 512GB capacities. If that sounds nice, just wait until you see what's coming in 2016.
Don't want a standing desk, but worried about the evils of sitting all day? Time yourself to make sure you take regular breaks.