Microsoft's Office Lens camera app is now a part of both Word and PowerPoint for iOS and Android. It will become really useful, though, once true OCR machine-reading capabilities are added.
Microsoft isn't letting freeloaders into its Xbox Insider program any longer. Instead, you'll have to prove that you're worthy enough to ascend to the highest of four Insider tiers.
ARM tried but had a disastrous outing in PCs starting with Linux-based smartbooks and then tablets with Windows RT.
The last version of the lengthy developer preview paves the way for next month's release of Android Wear 2.0.
Microsoft's Windows 10 Creators Update will evolve Windows Defender into the Windows Defender Security Center, protecting your PC from virus, network attacks, and more. Here's what it will look like.
Samsung has reportedly bought all initial inventory of Qualcomm's upcoming high-end chip.
HP is recalling more laptop batteries that pose a fire hazard and could cause computer damage.
A pair of purported official images reveal a near bezel-less G6 and two sizes of the smartwatch LG co-developed with Google.
Box Notes is getting its own standalone web app and a new desktop app for Windows and Mac. It’s a new turn for the product, which allows users to collaboratively edit documents in real time.
Amazon's Echo can't make hot Earl Grey, alas, but its new 'Computer' wake word can still make you feel like you're living in Star Trek's bridge.
A U.S. appeals court will not reconsider its groundbreaking decision denying Department of Justice efforts to force Microsoft to turn over customer emails stored outside the country.
If you have the Cisco WebEx Chrome browser extension installed make sure you're running the latest version.
The feature lets users open links that launch directly into apps even if they haven't previously installed them on their phones.
For D-Wave, the path to quantum computer being widely accepted is much like that of today's computers. The first chips came more than 30 years ago, and the software started maturing with Microsoft's Basic.
Microsoft debuted a new cloud-based Intune management tool, supported by a number of new low-cost PCs, in a bid to oust Google-powered Chromebooks from American classrooms.
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