Microsoft Build 2015 recap: New Windows 10 details, holographic acid trips, and transformative Windows Phones
Microsoft’s audacious plan to transform Android apps, iOS apps, and even websites into universal Windows apps
Seven organizations, including AT&T, ask the Federal Communications Commission to put net neutrality rules on hold.
Office is getting smarter, and so is your phone. Read about all of Microsoft's ambitious plans from Build 2015 inside.
The recent USA Freedom Act doesn't go far enough in reforming surveillance, an ACLU lawyer says
The SDK allows developers to access the caloric data stored in Band, among other functions.
Don't be afraid to get rid of your cable. Streaming and download services will ensure that you don't miss any of your favorite shows or movies.
Microsoft shows off streaming games from the Xbox One to a Windows tablet, and (not surprisingly) it looks fantastic.
Some owners are seeing apps crash and other performance problems on Samsung's latest flagship device.
Analytics is becoming a part of the job at every level of the organization, but few companies are prepared
This week Microsoft made previews of a number of tools available to developers
Getting ready to check the "agree" box on that User Agreement? Read this first.
Crossfire woes still trouble AMD's FreeSync monitors, but you probably shouldn't buy a FreeSync OR G-Sync display unless you're a diehard anyway.
Forget the official Surface Pro 3 docking station. A bunch of Microsoft employees came up with something better as part of a company hackathon.
Microsoft's holographic experience is downright wild. Join me on my journey through my most intense tech demo ever.
The live-streaming video service beat Twitter's Periscope, making it first to Google's mobile platform.
Apple's support documents now warn that certain tattoos can cause problems with with heart rate readings.