Our first look at the products Sony announced at CES reveals additional details and impresses us anew.
Apple’s iCloud appears to have been holding on to users’ deleted internet browsing histories, including records over a year old.
The PC's fall from grace is official. Intel said Thursday that going forward, its Xeon and other server processors will get first crack at the company's latest manufacturing processes, while PCs will have to take a number.
Not sure what your phone is collecting about you? A new Android app is promising to simplify the privacy settings on your smartphone, and stop any unwanted data collection.
Microsoft’s lawsuit against the US Department of Justice over indefinite gag orders attached to search warrants can proceed, following a federal judge’s ruling on Thursday.
Intel is now shipping the first-generation Optane, but is also working on next-generation technologies as looks to up density in this new class of storage and memory.
Upgrading CPU performance hasn't been a priority for Intel in many years, but that could be changing.
Attackers have started to use Windows and Android malware to hack into embedded devices, dispelling the widely held belief that if such devices are not directly exposed to the Internet they're less vulnerable.
A new option in the Google Assistant settings lets you control your lights, thermostats, and cameras with your Pixel.
Network equipment vendor Nokia wants to buy a software company that helps customers make do with less hardware.
A new unit that combines the YouTube Music and Play Music teams looks to bring some clarity to Google's streaming music ambitions.
Perhaps the next iPhone 8 will be Apple's next shot at achieving greatness in China.
Kodi began life as the Xbox Media Center, an unofficial app for the original Xbox. Now it's coming to the Xbox One as a Windows Store app.
Microsoft pushes Suggested Reminders for Cortana to all Windows 10 users today. Now, Microsoft's digital assistant can proactively remind you to keep promises you may have forgotten.
With the first Android Wear 2.0 watches set to launch, the LG-Google co-designed Sport already has some competition from an unlikely source: Verizon.