Microsoft's "12 Days of Deals" contain some hidden gems, including $1,000 off selected PCs, discounts on Groove Music and Xbox Live Gold, as well as sweet stocking stuffers. Here's the Surface Pro 4 (Core m) deal for day 4, and it's a good one.
Picking an Android phone can be difficult, but we're here to help. These are the top Android phones you should consider bringing home.
A new dedicated sidebar option takes some of the mystery out of your device and app backups.
Facebook released its list of the most discussed topics for 2016. It ain't pretty.
Lego, Gunjack, and Need for Speed bring premium content to Google's new platform. Also, HBO Now.
From a new digital assistant to a beefed-up camera, Samsung is angling for a major comeback in the new year.
AMD's new Radeon Software Crimson ReLive overflows with features, from ReLive video recording tools to Radeon Chill, which keeps your graphics card cool and power-efficient.
OnePlus refreshes its latest handset just six months after it was released, making it faster, longer-lasting, and better for snapping selfies.
Microsoft and Qualcomm have teamed up to bring Windows on ARM chips—again—to PCs, but with a powerful caveat: they've added support for traditional Win32 apps as well.
Microsoft is aiming to help users stay connected by supporting the installation of programmable SIM cards in PCs and Windows tablets and letting users purchase cellular data service though the Windows Store.
Microsoft and Intel will team up on "Project Evo" to help future computers better understand the world around them. Plus: The two companies release hardware specs for new PCs designed for virtual reality.
Build 14986 of Windows 10 for desktop PCs contains a ton of improvements, most centered around improving Cortana's intelligence. Windows Ink, the Game Bar, Windows Defender, and many more have all received upgrades.
Want to just turn the TV on and turn your brain off? These apps make most of the viewing decisions for you.
After more than half a decade in the making, ARM server chips should have struck gold by now, but they haven't. ARM servers were projected to be approaching a double digit server market share, but they still are virtually non-existent.
The carrier launches a new program that lets you use a single number across all of your devices, and multiple numbers on one device.
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