Google plans to remove obtrusive and aggressive ads from Chrome with a new ad-blocking feature starting next year.
A buggy internal Insider preview build accidentally made its way to Windows 10 devices and even non-Insider Windows phones.
After years of catering to svelte notebooks, the new PC hardware at Computex 2017 focused on heavy firepower.
Skype's next major upgrade adds an army of smart bots and services that are eager to supplement your chats with your group of best friends.
We go hands on with the BattleTech backer beta and start punching mechs in the face.
Motorola has launched the Z Play 2, the follow-up to last year's hit modular phone, with a better camera, smaller battery, and higher price tag.
Samsung has announced that preorders for its $170 Connect Home smart hub/Wi-Fi mesh router combo will start June 4 for release on July 2.
To speed up in-flight internet access don't stick a rocket on it, but a xenon-ion propulsion system (XIPS).
The Raven Z mini-PC somehow manages to squeeze discrete graphics into its tiny box. It's a design that's too good to be true.
You can preorder Sony's flagship Xperia XZ Premium phone for $800 on June 12, while you'll have to spend $1,700 to be one of the first people on your block to own an Xperia Touch projector.
Your wireless mouse will never go dead again, as Corsair unveils a Concept Zeus mousepad with built-in Qi inductive charging—and a mouse to take advantage of it.
When AMD's Threadripper made its first public appearance at Computex in Taipei, the guest starts were two Radeon RX Vega cards.
Here's what eight SSDs in RAID 0 looks like on the new Core i9 platform.
Asus, HP, and Lenovo plan to bring Windows 10 to devices running on ARM Snapdragon processors. But the future devices have a lot to prove.