News Archives
  • After Windows 10 upgrade, do these seven things immediately
  • What 5G wireless devices will do that 4G cannot
  • New Wi-Fi attack cracks WPA2 passwords with ease
  • What is 5G? Everything you need to know about the new wireless revolution.
  • A Windows 10 PC that fits in your pocket: Tiny GPD laptop on sale for $500
  • Microsoft releases its first Linux product
  • Microsoft lays Windows Phone to rest
  • Microsoft's Windows 10 'Redstone 2' build 14926 adds minor new features, many fixes
  • Google to give users more control over Android app permissions
  • HomeKit sweet home: The Apple-powered house of the future is ready for you to move in
  • BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition review: Desktop-mobile convergence, up to a point
  • Microsoft reneges on 'unlimited' OneDrive storage promise for Office 365 subscribers
  • Robots with soft hands will transform the world. Here's why.
  • Samsung Galaxy S9 review: Not perfect, but still a stellar phone
  • Can these minimalist phones save us from our smartphone obsession?
  • How to build any AI-driven smart service
  • Marketing magic meets big data: How to make technology and creativity work together
  • Chrome 59 is out: Bug fixes, native macOS notifications, Windows 10 Action Center support in the works
  • Why Windows 10 rollout is happening faster than shift from XP to Windows 7
  • Along with Galaxy S8, Samsung lifts lid on Google Wifi rival that runs your IoT security
  • Turn any old pair of glasses into smart glasses
  • This brain-implanted hardware could be the next step in restoring lost sight
  • CES 2017: Dell's 2-in-1 Latitude 7285, the world's first wireless charging laptop
  • CES 2017: Kingston unveils 'world's highest capacity USB flash drive'
  • Microsoft, Cray claim deep learning breakthrough on supercomputers
  • Smartphones in 2016: What worked, what didn't
  • Almost all the world's fastest supercomputers run Linux
  • The PC is having its mid-life crisis, just a little bit early
  • How not to verify a data breach (and why some really want you to get 'pwned')
  • $400 Chinese smartphones? Apple and Samsung shrug off cheap rivals, raise prices anyway
  • Sweet SUSE! HPE snags itself a Linux distro
  • iOS 10 is still a mess, but at least it's a snappy, stable mess
  • Computex 2016: Intel moves beyond the PC
  • Lenovo begs users to uninstall Accelerator app in the name of security
  • Vivaldi 1.2 'Google-free' Chrome browser is out - with custom mouse gestures, smarter tabs
  • Google Translate now works offline on iPhone, in-app translation comes to Android
  • No, tablets aren't going to replace PCs in the office - but here's something that might
  • Microsoft readies first preview of its Windows 10 Edge extensions
  • Google adds Office 365, Facebook at Work to its Google for Work identity service
  • Ballmer: I may have called Linux a cancer but now I love it
  • Google and Microsoft make patent peace
  • iPhone 6s smashes first weekend sales record
  • 5G by 2020? Europe and China team up for research, focus on Internet of Things
  • Apple prepares for major enterprise push by making Macs, iPhones, iPads easier for IT to support
  • Lenovo LaVie Z 360: Insanely thin and light (hands on)
  • Branded Microsoft Wi-Fi service is in the works
  • Here come the Apple HomeKit devices for connected homes
  • Skype crashing for you today? Here's why
  • In a post-Snowden world, can Huawei's P8 Lite smartphone win back US consumers?
  • Lightning Ethernet cable for the iPhone or iPad
  • Linksys brings fastest Wi-Fi router ever to market
  • IBM, Ionic partner to propel enterprise mobile app development
  • Control your mobile without your hands: Gesture tech coming to a smartphone near you soon
  • Planned to order Apple Watch: Reviews, other watches, Galaxy S6 Edge killed that idea
  • Why TV is doomed: HBO Now and the new cord-cutting economics
  • Microsoft-backed TV white spaces trial goes commercial in Ghana
  • Samsung to acquire Simpress, Brazil printing service company
  • Microsoft flips 'Switch' campaign to help new Surface Pro 3 buyers leave MacBooks behind
  • Sony debacle shows how not to handle a hack
  • Microsoft confirms it is dropping Public Website feature from SharePoint Online
  • Rugged Folio keyboard case for iPad mini, ready for the work site
  • Android: Number one with a bullet
  • Google Maps offers offline support, Uber integration
  • HP to invest $1bn in open-source cloud computing, launches Helion portfolio