Chromebooks' five-year end-of-life policy—if it holds up—could put a lot of perfectly good laptops out of commission.
Apple rarely backtracks once its mind is made up, and the exceptions don't always last.
Cable TV apologists keep offering the same tired defense against cord cutting. When will they learn?
Apple removes the headphone jack from the iPhone 7, ships Lightning EarPods and an adapter instead.
Both Chrome OS and Windows 10 help themselves to similar usage data by default, but in different ways.
Windows Media Center DVR holdouts: Plex wants to be your modern replacement.
Contrary to Microsoft's word, Outlook has not adopted Sunrise's more popular features.
Netflix and Amazon offer 4K UHD streaming, but you can't get it on a PC. A noxious stew of hardware, software, and DRM issues are to blame.
Cable-authenticated TV apps provide a secret stash of free video (we'll show you how to find them).
Google's End of Life Policy sets a schedule for retiring older Chromebooks after about five years, but the details are murky. Here's what you need to know about security and feature updates
Netflix's vast video library makes it easy to cut the cord, but you can't see what's available unless you use its native app.
The free version of Hulu is dead, but the content lives on elsewhere.
For $30, Sideclick consolidates TV power and volume controls into a single remote.
Microsoft's OneDrive vs. Google Photos and iCloud: Price is one thing, but face recognition, search, caching, and albums are all key features for photo management.
Some PlayStation Vue users say Fox Sports regional channels are missing.