It's what's inside that counts: Fast CPUs, raging GPUs, super storage and other fine computer fittings.
We love the Jawbone UP24, Fitbit Force, and Basis B1 Band. But each tracker presents its own unique pluses and minuses.
The phone records provided to the government are not really anonymous, the groups said in a petition to the FCC
Microsoft's Cloud OS Network extends Windows Azure across the globe
Samsung's lawsuit alleged that the iPhone 5, iPhone 4s, and second-generation iPad had infringed on its patents
As mobile banking grows, malicious Android applications are increasingly intercepting one-time passcodes
Twitter said the new capabilities won't increase the number of ads users see in their feeds.
In a letter to carriers asking why they oppose installation of a "kill switch" on handsets, Eric Schneiderman alluded to possible collusion.
We have a few details on Digital Storm's high-end Steam Machine, which will be unveiled at CES 2014 in early January.
YouTube's Content ID system flagged thousands of videos with automatic copyright claims this week, calling into question whether it's a viable platform for video games content.
A US District Court judge invokes some of Abraham Lincoln's words in a plea for compromise between the two tech heavyweights.
Keith Alexander asks U.S. tech companies to offer better alternatives than the NSA's phone records collection program.
The app now lets you set up an away message or send off an attachment.
The push to bring PC gaming to your living room draws nigh.
RHEL 7.0 embraces containers and NUMA-aware virtualization, and offers a unified command line interface