BlackBerry will stop making hardware to focus on software, but that doesn't mean the iconic phones are done for—yet.
Windows 10 users are getting OneDrive placeholders with a new name: On-Demand Sync.
The Chromecast Ultra is expected to cost $69 when it rolls out after Google's hardware event on October 4.
Google has a helpful Chrome extension that shows you how to use each of Google's online services.
Are Chrome OS and Android on a collision course?
Plex Cloud relies on Amazon's Web Services to stream your media, rather than a constantly connected PC sitting in your home.
A new Chrome extension called Falcon lets you find web pages in your browsing history by searching for any word or phrase contained on the page you're looking for.
iHeartRadio is going head-to-head with Spotify but hopes its expertise in Internet radio will give it an edge.
It's not ready yet, but a report from Bloomberg says Apple's Echo rival is now in the prototype and testing phase.
The Surface Pro 3 is having battery issues again, but this time it's largely affecting LG-made batteries.
Hulu is getting serious about virtual reality this fall, with VR-only news and comedy shows.
Samsung's new 960 Pro and 960 Evo M.2 SSDs pack capacity and speed into tiny packages.
Believe it or not, the annoying Get Windows 10 pop-up and its related software was still lurking on your PC until Tuesday's update.
Comcast's version of Google Fi is coming in 2017 with Verizon network service as its fallback.
The long-standing tradition of getting cheaper ink by buying "off brand" cartridges just hit a snag for HP printer owners after a DRM-infused firmware update.