What was Lenovo thinking when it designed the new ThinkPad T431s Ultrabook?
Google’s cloud-storage service, Google Drive, went down early Monday morning. As of about two hours later, however, it’s returned.
Meet Kinect Interactions and Kinect Fusion, the latest enhancements Microsoft’s gesture-based Kinect for Windows. Suddenly, it’s possible to imagine that it could again be fun to interact with Microsoft products again.
For one week, Comcast is giving customers a glorious amount of content, even access to every episode of “Game of Thrones,” for free. Why? Just to remind you who’s boss.
Microsoft has just patched a Windows exploit that could allow friends, coworkers or even foreign spies to easily hack into your PC. Plus: New Windows Store update policies.
Microsoft is adding Flash support back into its IE10 browser. But do we really want it?
Meet the 100-Year Starship project, which aims to propel humanity to the stars. It won’t be easy, but getting there could help solve this world’s problems along the way.
At SXSW, Wolfram Alpha creator Stephen Wolfram, who earned a doctorate in particle physics at age 20, explains how everything from law to medicine to the Unified Theory of Physics can be reduced to computations.
Worried that you might miss an update to Facebook Pages you subscribe to? Or are you concerned that your legions of followers aren’t seeing your shared stories? Either way, Facebook has an answer: the new “Following” feed.
Facebook rolled its updated News Feed on Thursday, aiming to provide the best “personalized newspaper” with content from your friends.
Unable to light a fire under Windows 8, Microsoft is holding a fire sale instead.
At Microsoft’s annual technology fair, researchers are busy showing off what the future is going to look like. They have one word for us: Big screens. (OK, make that two words.) Plus technology for controlling them with smartphones.
Roku 3 ties together Roku’s massive collection of video-streaming services with one of the best video search engines on the Web.
The PC is market is expected to shrink. Again. The smartphone market is expected to grow. Again.
Microsoft takes a small step toward exclusive video content, agreeing to distribute Pulp, a “comedy about comics,” on its own Xbox platform.
The long Sony-Nintendo-Xbox war is over. The winner? That phone or tablet in your hand.
Are you longing for a 3D gesture-based interface like the one made famous in Minority Report? Stop. They can’t possibly catch on in the real world – and the dealbreaker is the keyboard.
Microsoft has launched Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 – with more speed and better support for Web standards. But the company still says it plans to take things slow when it comes to supporting the latest standards.
Occasionally, a company will release an awesome product that you really want to like. The saddest part of a journalist’s job can be having to explain why it’s unnecessary.
Microsoft ended the week with a pair of black eyes: a failure to secure a security certificate brought its Azure cloud service tumbling down, and the company also confessed to being the latest corporate victim of a high-profile hacking attempt.