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.
"Project Neon" will give your Windows 10 PC a fresh coat of paint later in 2017.
LinkedIn says Premium subscribers will gain access to new features that will provide a better return for their monthly fees.
If you want a live Oculus Rift virtual reality demo, it just got a little bit harder to do so, as nearly half of Best Buy's 500 demo stations are being shuttered.
To better vet foreign travelers, the U.S. might demand that some visa applicants hand over the passwords to their social media accounts, a proposal that’s alarming privacy experts.
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Oracle has informed a federal court that it is settling a lawsuit in which a former employee had charged that she had been terminated from her job for refusing to go along with accounting principles that she did not consider lawful.
AMD responds to a report that suggested the company would write drivers for Microsoft's Windows 7, the preferred OS of many PC gamers.
An AMD Athlon or Sempron chip may not drum as much excitement as Ryzen, but loyalty has helped those brands stick around for more than a decade.
Inmarsat says it’s built the first global IoT network by combining land-based low-power networks with its mesh of communications satellites, bringing data connections to things like cattle in Australia and reservoirs in Malaysia.
The second-in-command of Intel's PC chip business, Kim Stevenson, has left the company unexpectedly.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich's meeting with new U.S. president Donald Trump was followed by a big announcement: The company will invest $7 billion over the next three to four years to complete a factory to make 7-nanometer chips in Chandler, Arizona.
Some big players in security and the internet of things, including AT&T and Nokia, are joining forces to solve problems that they say make IoT vulnerable in many areas.