The responses from virtual assistants are far more human than most of us assume. In fact, every response is carefully crafted by a person or a team of people.
A study from Harvard released Monday largely refutes claims that wider use of encryption in software products will hamper investigations into terrorism and crime.
Windows 10 automatically updates itself…unless it doesn't. When you hit a wall, it's time for some detective work.
As the pace of hardware innovation slows to a crawl, manufacturers must turn to real-world problem-solving to get consumers excited again.
The Chrome Web Store is more interested in pushing Chrome apps than giving users the best search results.
High above the New Mexico desert, Google is experimenting with new wireless broadband tech that could one day replace LTE.
Act today, or your free OneDrive account will get cut from 15GB of storage to a paltry 5GB.
We review systems from Orb Audio, Onkyo, and Yamaha, each priced less than $1000.
Astonishingly good sound for the price, even though the A/V receiver is a bare-bones model.
This home theater in a box includes just about every modern feature you could want in a budget-priced system.
This well-priced product will sound better than your HDTV’s built-in speakers, but it's certainly not a high-end system.
The music service is in the early stages of development, but it would offer far more music than Amazon's existing Prime Music streaming service, the New York Post reports.
The United States may direct billions of dollars funding towards teaching America's youth computer science, if President Obama has his way.
Controversial technology that lets LTE networks use unlicensed spectrum could become a trusted part of the enterprise IT toolkit in a few years.
The new airliner is scheduled to be delivered in 2017, 50 years after the Boeing 737 debuted