Microsoft will offer a very reasonable means for businesses to transition to Windows 10, as conservatively or aggressively as they choose. But Microsoft's "Windows as a service" offering will still be pay-to-play.
We've also seen several cases, indicating that it may not be long before we get to see the actual phone.
Plus Battlefield: Hardline gets 'beta' dates, Bud Light gets free publicity, and Disney forgets the face of its father. Here's all the gaming news for the week of January 26.
Coming up on World Tech Update this week, the Apple Watch is coming in April, a small drone crashes at the White House and Motorola is back in China after a two-year hiatus.
Our picks for the new and updated Android apps and games you need to download now.
Emboldened by successful lab tests, British Telecom wants to see how well G.fast performs in the real world
Google's nifty new security feature hits the stable version of Chrome OS, though you'll need to take some extra steps to make it worthwhile.
The social network will use a combination of Wi-Fi, GPS, and new Bluetooth beacons to show you location-based info.
The updates are aimed at companies that choose to run SQL Server on a virtual machine on Azure
The phone has been out of stock in the Play Store almost continually since launch, disappointing those who want that pure Android experience.
Samsung's mobile business isn't doing so hot, so now is the time to borrow tactics from rivals—again.
Google hasn't given up on the concept of high-tech eyewear, but admits it must go back to the drawing board.
After a six-month break the ZeroAccess botnet resumes click-fraud activity