Let the games begin: We tested the Samsung Galaxy S7 against Apple's iPhone 6S to see which flagship device is the best overall smartphone camera.
Canonical's plans for a single platform that works across smartphones and desktops will not reach fruition in Ubuntu 16.10, which will continue to run the traditional Unity 7 desktop by default.
Data caps aren’t about “fairness” if they prevent people from using the TVs they paid for.
Origin PC's custom micro-tower crams high-performance hardware into an impressively small amount of space.
Intel's Atom smartphone chip cancellations pull the curtain back on an ugly past in which the company shot itself in the foot with bad timing and ill-advised executive decisions.
Keeping your food cold is so 20th century. Samsung's new fridge streams music and orders groceries for you.
Google is trying to save presentation audiences from having to sit through long rambling questions with a new feature it added to its Slides software on Wednesday.
The new interface is more akin to video editing with additional tools for tweaking the animation sequence.
Microsoft SharePoint is getting a number of updates over the coming year, to benefit the more than 200,000 companies using it today. OneDrive is getting updated as well, with a new UWP app.
The long arm of the Internet gets a bit more nimble as Steam introduces a section for recent reviews and a new 30-day aggregate score.
You can sign your life away right on your phone with these finger- and stylus-friendly apps.
Hulu’s answer to Sling TV and PlayStation Vue is coming in 2017
All blogs hosted on Google's blogspot.com domain can now be accessed over an encrypted HTTPS connection.
These 4 May fourth tech tributes will add a little extra fun to Star Wars Day.
Google’s crazy intra-ocular device patent promises assisted vision and augmented reality.