Attention Windows 10 users: Microsoft is offering massive deals on over 1000 items in the Windows Store through November 29th.
We've got bottle chillers, unbreakable glasses, and a corkscrew (sort of) that doesn't damage the cork. Drink up!
Facebook quietly released a new Work Chat app that connects its popular consumer messaging service to its privately-available work social network.
Poaching for top executives is common among chip rivals, and Intel has nabbed a top Qualcomm executive to run its PC, mobile, IoT and software businesses.
Back in January IBM announced Identity Mixer, a new technology for protecting users' personal data during authentication. On Friday, it announced that the technology is now available to developers on its Bluemix cloud platform.
Plus someone recreated the Teletubbies intro in GTA V and news on Hotline Miami 2's long-delayed level editor. This is gaming news for the week of November 16 - 20.
With Android and iOS dominating the mobile OS market, it's tough going for alternatives like Sailfish, now in survival mode as its maker, Jolla, moves to lay off "a big part" of its personnel.
Microsoft and Volvo announced this week that they are working together to let consumers take new cars for a spin using the HoloLens augmented reality headgear.
The popular free-to-play action-RPG gets a new Labyrinth, refreshed daily and filled with a million ways to murder.
Load up with the latest Android apps and games before Thanksgiving rolls around.
Three more months of extraordinary police powers, and the extension of warrantless searches to include cloud storage services accessible from computers in France: Those were among the changes voted unanimously by French senators Friday in response to the shootings and suicide bombings in and around Paris on Nov. 13.
Microsoft said it loves Linux now, and new tweaks to Visual Studio will appeal to open-source loving developers.
When you're the CIO of a company that sells to CIOs, you've got to figure there's a good chance you're going to be asked to do more than just keep the servers running.
Rhapsody's auto mode provides big buttons and quick playlists to help keep eyes on the road.
Instead of hiring a personal trainer to yell at you, Google Fit can push you along to perform more squats, sit-ups, and other acts of fitness.
No common light switch, the Komfy includes a HD 1080p security camera and sensors to detect changes in temperature, humidity, and air quality.