Take a quick tour of what’s new in the developer preview of Android N.
The latest update lets you view notifications, read new emails, and reply to messages from the comfort of your wrist.
San Francisco is sending letters to over 37,000 ridesharing drivers to notify them of the city's business permit requirement.
The X4 will cover your basic smartphone needs, but little else.
Researchers from Northwestern University discover how an attacker could write a Firefox add-on that takes advantage of security holes in other Firefox add-ons to do its bidding.
That emoji you see on Android may mean something completely different to an iOS user, according to a research study.
The university will build an esports arena and livestreaming studio, and offer scholarships to competitive gamers starting this fall.
Office for Mac's forthcoming add-in support is one of a number of new add-in features coming to Microsoft's productivity suite.
A component shortage has slowed the rollout of the long-awaited VR headset, prompting Oculus to extend a goodwill gesture toward its customers.
The company will have some improvements to Live Tiles to show at next week's Build conference, but it isn't saying what just yet...
Need help designing your new kitchen? A HoloLens-powered virtual kitchen showroom will arrive at Seattle-area Lowe's stores later this month.
The hidden basketball game lets you practice shooting your free throws. Good luck getting any work done now.
The fifth-generation XPS 13 developer edition ships with a Core i7 processor, up to 16 GB of memory, and Ubuntu Linux.
The company's change in policy comes after accepting the cryptocurrency to pay for goods on the Windows Store for over a year.
Google's user feedback team will visit seven cities across the US to get input from people like you.