Business users who rely on cloud storage providers such as Dropbox and Box now have some improved tools in their collaboration arsenal, thanks to a set of integrations that Microsoft announced Wednesday.
Call this Insider preview build 14251 a calm before the storm, as Microsoft tries to sync desktop and mobile Windows before further upgrades.
A new report says Flash will mostly disappear within two years. Will Hulu and other major streaming sites budge?
Google has been doing a lot of new experiments with the Play Store lately, though this change appears to be rolling out widely.
Netflix and Hulu will lose 'Doctor Who' on February 1.
Just how bad are conditions in the smartphone market? We'll get a better idea later Wednesday when Samsung announces its latest quarterly earnings.
The update also nudges you to switch to Google's Messenger app for your SMS and MMS conversations.
Linaro is pushing a new open-source Software Reference Platform that will provide easy access to firmware and common software tools for easy integration of ARM servers in data centers.
Tails 2.0 is out with improved features, a new desktop shell, and an easier way for new users to install the OS.
AMD has revealed the details of its GPUOpen project, through which it hopes to carve a bigger niche for itself in the crowded market for graphics processors in x86 machines.
An FCC proposal could bring relief from cable box rental fees by opening pay TV programming to more devices.
The latest Chrome release doesn't offer a ton of new features for PC users, but there's a new-ish extension for compressing your data usage similar to what's available on Android.
If you're aching to get your hands on your first super-fast 5G phone, the good news is that Ericsson already has one. The bad news is, it weighs 150kg.
PayPal has fixed a serious vulnerability in its back-end management system that could have allowed attackers to execute arbitrary commands on the server and potentially install a backdoor.
Lenovo has patched several software flaws in a file-sharing utility, which could allow attackers to browse and make copies of files.