Some advocates urge the FCC to limit AT&T and Verizon in the upcoming incentive auction
Microsoft issued five critical security bulletins in December's round of Patch Tuesday.
Twitter's head of News -- Vivian Schiller -- reveals some of the thinking behind her company's news ambitions.
Attackers could force apps using the HomeBase SDK to download and execute rogue code, researchers from Bitdefender said,
A doctor's visit can be expensive and time consuming, especially if you're sick. The new Doctor on Demand app allows you to see or talk to a doctor from the comfort of your own home.
We toured Obsidian's office and got a peek at Project Eternity, talked about dragons, mocked THAC0, and admired Josh Sawyer's tattoos. More new details inside.
Low-cost home printers tend to be unexciting, but this one stands out for having better-than-usual print quality and a new, cloud-controlled Instant Ink program that is cheaper per page than its regular cartridges are.
Microsoft tells Neowin.net that there is no end-of-life for Windows 7, at least from PC makers.
SugarSync no longer offers 5GB of free capacity, but the online backup site plans to release new features next year.
Lately, large tech companies have been up in arms against all the NSA spying but only out of fiscal necessity.
Oracle says it knows customers don't want to be locked into proprietary cloud management tools.
It's still unclear when Google will open the door to more third-party apps for Chromecast by releasing public software-developer tools.
Microsoft's new Photosynth tool introduces two new visual formats that fuse information and artistic presentation.
BMC Marketplace will allow organizations to set up their own public-facing app stores.
New chipsets will result in cheaper LTE tablets and smartphones next year.