After October, there will be no way to buy a Windows 7 PC and nothing but Live Tiles on the horizon. Unless Microsoft, as widely anticipated, announces Windows 9.
It sounds like a pretty ominous security exploit, but it sure doesn't look easy to pull off.
California DMV says self-driving vehicles must allow humans to take control
The latest Cyber-shot has a swiveling lens and beauty effects
The private cloud is no longer about merely storing your data more safely than on public cloud services. NAS lets you set up virtualization services on hardware you own and manage, saving money and boosting your peace of mind.
Mobile applications often don't warn users before a call is made, which a developer says could be abused
When online services lack privacy controls, you can roll your own using near military-grade encryption.
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Two dings against this high-quality display: Glare and a high price tag.
Intel is developing a smart dock to wirelessly connect to monitors and peripherals, the company said.
Xfinity on Campus, offered at select schools, will let college students watch live and on-demand TV from their laptops, smartphones, and tablets. And maybe it will make them think twice about cutting the cable cord once they graduate.
With the new Glass OS version, users will be able to scroll through their full address books and add favorites more easily.
Now that Microsoft's first third-party Windows Phone, the HTC One (M8) for Windows, has debuted, the company is committing to a program that will, it hopes, inspire other handset makers to follow HTC's lead.
Backers expose shady behavior after not getting what they paid for.