The Canadian M5 offers better application performance than its American counterpart, but video playback and gaming suffer.
Thanks to the Khan Academy, future programmers can get a free kick-start online.
Anton Vickerman became the first British citizen in the United Kingdom to be jailed for operating a website that linked to pirated material.
AMD-powered ultraportable laptop is as thin and light as an Ultrabook, but can't match the performance of its Intel-based rivals.
You no longer need an invitation to join social networking site Pinterest.
Starbucks will begin processing all debit and credit card transactions with Square, and will invest $25 million in the startup.
This business-oriented Ultrabook has a dim screen and a quiet headphone jack—not ideal for on-the-go users.
Users must sign up for a special Bingo Friendzy account, which requires the user's e-mail address and physical address.
Use these tips to download books, make phone calls, and get other vital information--all without investing in an expensive, built-in data plan.
Here's a huge, powerful desktop replacement laptop at a surprisingly affordable price.
A new Facebook app lets users share protected, un-shareable photos on Facebook.
The FCC has determined that Verizon is not allowed to prevent its customers from downloading third-party tethering apps and circumventing the carrier's extra $20 tethering charge.
Google, Amazon, Facebook and eBay want the group to educate lawmakers about how the Internet affects their districts.
This attractive 15.6-inch Ultrabook represents a downgrade from its predecessor in storage and performance.