First came 4K streaming, now comes traditional TV, as DirecTV vows UltraHD channels in early 2016.
GCHQ, the British signals intelligence service, is in the dock accused of hacking computers without individual warrants in order to tap communications.
It took four months, but Windows 10 is now more widely-used than Windows XP by one metric.
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.
Microsoft's "12 Days of Deals" could be a good time to buy a bloatware-free Windows PC.
It's not the $20 that Verizon charged, but AT&T will ask you to pay more for your grandfathered unlimited plan starting in 2016.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise outlined new details about its hybrid cloud partnership with Microsoft in an announcement Tuesday, saying it will provide a new hardware product that integrates with the Azure cloud platform and build its software to take advantage of Microsoft's offerings.
Nvidia Shield Android TV's biggest console games have been “coming soon” for six months now.
Samsung Electronics has appointed D.J. Koh, head of mobile research and development, as the new chief of the company's mobile business.
The decision follows the Mozilla foundation's move in 2012 not to focus development resources on Thunderbird
Two years ago, Evernote shocked the world when the company began selling a whole smorgasbord of physical products. Now, it seems its retail ambitions are winding down.
Mobile broadband has gotten much more affordable in the past year, while wired Internet service has grown further out of reach for some of the world's poorest people, according to the ITU.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has developed a new type of "composable' hardware that it claims will cut data center costs and slash the time it takes to spin up new applications.
Whip up some three-dimensional people almost as easily as creating your avatar in a video game.