Amazon's Fire TV now lets you dim your living room smart bulbs with Alexa voice commands.
AMD's new Software Radeon Crimson recently exited beta, and with it came drivers that caused some systems to lock fan performance to 20 percent regardless of the workload.
Companies that want almost all of the new features Microsoft is cramming into its Office 365 productivity service can now get them through a new subscription the company launched Tuesday.
Microsoft just unveiled a new beta service on Monday that's supposed to help anyone to build an app -- no software development experience required.
BlackBerry has decided not to operate in Pakistan after Dec. 30, rather than let the local government intercept communications on its enterprise services.
We've sifted through the ads and the deals-that-aren't-really-deals to find Cyber Monday tech sales that absolutely, positively don't suck.
Swatch's Bellamy is a 'smart' watch that tells time, makes payments and not much else
The flagship feature in Android Marshmallow can do more than just dish out movie times or find the address of a nearby restaurant.
PC companies are pushing their final goodies out the door to find a place in your stocking this holiday season. Here's a roundup of the hottest new PC gear from November.
Amazon.com has teased a new drone for deliveries that takes off and lands vertically like a helicopter but flies like an airplane.
Hackers made their way into VTech's Learning Lodge app store customer database, according to the company. As many as 4.8 million parents—and 200,000 kids–may have been affected.
Only 2000 testers will be able to use the beta of Microsoft's virtual assistant for iOS. The rest of us will have to wait until the official public release.
The e-commerce giant is reportedly in talks with service providers to incorporate their TV and movie offerings into Amazon’s streaming-video service.
The company tries to make good with is customers, while trying to shift some of the blame to "cheaply made" third-party chargers.
Lenovo's future is looking pretty black and green as it tries to secure some much-needed gaming cred. Razer brings that gaming cachet, while Lenovo brings the money and manufacturing means Razer lacks. This seemingly unlikely partnership could be a good thing.