Don't-Miss Video software Stories
Video lovers will find a ton of touch-friendly apps available in the Windows Store. We highlight the best—and explain why you might want to skip Windows 8 video apps altogether.
Google released a Chrome browser update with a video decoding enhancement that the company claims will help users save battery life.
In our Three-Minute Tech series, we tell you everything you really need to know about a technology in three minutes or less.
You have a shiny new Google Nexus 7 Android tablet. Now it's time to make it your own with some valuable mobile apps for entertainment, social networking, remote-PC access, instant messaging, sports, gaming and more. Best of all: They're all free.
Windows Essentials Movie maker upgrades video stabilization, sound editing, and titling. Win Essentials Photo Gallery gets a new auto-collage feature.
Why keep your predilection for cute cat videos to yourself? Share it with the world. Better yet, go watch them with a whole bunch of strangers this August.
A new series of YouTube videos shows you how to get started making films out of your in-game footage.
I've tried with ALL of the available Windows 8 apps and I have to admit, I enjoyed most of them. They offer a leaner experience of services I've come to know and love. During the entire period of the Windows 8 Consumer Preview, all Metro apps are free -- so go out and shop! Here's the best of the bunch: