Amazon used to give you a refund, upon request, if the retail price dropped shortly after you purchased an item. Those days appear to be over.
Twitter's giving you more room to work in 140 characters, and tweaking replies so they're easier to use.
A new ransomware program called DMA Locker has reached maturity and shows signs of being distributed in widespread attacks.
Now Microsoft is recommending 2GB of RAM instead of one to run the 32-bit version of Windows 10.
Pebble gets serious about fitness, with two new smartwatches that track your heart rate. And the Core boasts GPS, 3G, and extra storage when you want to leave your smartphone behind.
After a dismal couple of entries, Total War: Warhammer proves that maybe all the series needed was ten-foot bats and skeleton cavalry.
A little app called Share Via Clipboard takes the frustration out of copying links or other content from Windows Store apps.
Facebook denied any evidence of ‘systematic political bias’ in the stories included in its Trending Topics feature, but promised changes in its processes.
Have you ever been turned off by the lengthy “terms and conditions” and privacy policies of mobile apps and other online services?
Like the Nest thermostat, Aquanta’s water-heater controller learns your usage patterns and will heat water only when you need it.
Alt key codes give you access to hundreds of special ASCII characters, from accent marks to tiny icons. We show you how to use the Alt codes and also Word's Symbol library.
Alternative keyboard for iPhone has a helpful one-handed mode and support for swipe typing.
After surprising many Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users with a forced upgrade, Microsoft says there's still an escape hatch. Here's how it works.
Practice makes perfect. But for a collaborative sport like ping pong, it’s not always easy to find the perfect partner, so two brothers solved this problem by building the “Trainerbot.”