Setting up a smart-home system might not be simple, but this innovative device could make it a whole lot easier to use.
Windows devices have a new threat thanks to a Secure Boot policy that leaked online.
With Android Nougat and new Nexus phones around the corner, Google is hard at work ramping up its digital assistant.
Microsoft said Thursday that it has acquired game livestreaming service Beam, a deal that allows the company access to the lucrative streaming and e-sports markets.
Data scientists have a lot of tools at their disposal, but not all of them are equally accessible. Aiming to put IBM's Watson AI within closer reach, analytics firm Columbus Collaboratory on Thursday released a new open-source R extension called CognizeR.
The phone promises 'concert-like audio', though the challenge will be getting buyers to care in a crowded smartphone market.
The feature neatly tucks all your games into one folder and includes several add-ons to record gameplay, shut off alerts, and save you power.
We go hands-on with the absurdity of Worlds Adrift for the first time and find out it actually has quite a bit in common with Bossa's other game, Surgeon Simulator.
There are now three HP Stream laptops to choose from including two 11-inch models and a 14-inch notebook. The new laptops start rolling out in September.
A flaw in the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) used by Linux since late 2012 poses a serious threat to internet users, whether or not they use Linux directly.
Twitter is not liable for providing material support to ISIS by allowing its members to sign up and use accounts on its site, a federal judge in California ruled Wednesday.
The free version of Hulu is dead, but the content lives on elsewhere.
Ecuador has granted a request from Swedish prosecutors to question WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange at its embassy in London, where he has been holed up for over four years.
If there were any doubt that IoT is for real, one fact ought to dispel it: For the first time, U.S. mobile operators are adding IoT connections to their networks faster than they’re adding phones.
As the U.S. presidential election nears, Donald Trump is emerging as the clear winner -- when it comes to his name appearing in spam.