Better get used to the Settings app now, because it could completely replace Control Panel in the future.
Chrome recently dumped plugin support, now Firefox has finalized its plans to do the same.
Some benchmark tests show weaker battery life in Samsung’s A9 chip, but Apple claims those tests are misleading and unrealistic.
LogMeIn hopes to bring even more consolidation to the single-sign-on market with the acquisition of password management service LastPass.
Will we see the end of BlackBerry phones before 2016 is out? Maybe, but the company could try its hand at Android handsets first.
A Wi-Fi Alliance workshop next month could start to lay the groundwork for peace between Wi-Fi and LTE promoters who have been arguing over potential interference.
The Clover 3 extension adds tabs to File Explorer in Windows to make file management easier.
The U.S. administration will not seek legislation at this point to counter the encryption of communications by many technology services and product vendors, but will work on a compromise with industry, a senior U.S. official said Thursday.
Apple on Thursday removed several apps from its store that it said could pose a security risk by exposing a person's Web traffic to untrusted sources.
California Governor Jerry Brown has approved a digital privacy bill that protects people from government access to private electronic communications without a warrant.
Huawei doesn't plan to patch more than a dozen models of 3G routers that have severe software vulnerabilities.
Chromecast is a great product backed by a strong vision. The same can’t be said for Google’s other streaming-video platform.
Checking your phone in a movie theater? We see you, and we do not approve.
They're coming, sooner or later, into our computing future: Virtual and augmented reality, gesture and facial recognition, holograms and more. Look forward with us to the best things in store, sooner or later.
Virtual reality is a bold new frontier, and a lot of big-name players want a slice of the pie.