Microsoft, of all companies, is on board.
Because your end users aren’t.
The privacy phone gets a new model—and some new mojo.
Adjust your student holiday shopping lists accordingly.
Goodbye, Windows; hello, Lollipop.
Apple wins when it dramatically changes our lives.
Some risks and rewards of updating your iPhone software.
But the mini doesn’t get much love.
Google’s ecosystem continues to mature.
Macs and OS X Yosemite should also be on the menu.
And maybe tie up some other loose ends.
Who says e-readers are dead?
The iPhone 5 and iPad 2 still dominate.
Here’s the first sign.
The Android L developer preview is a much-welcomed—and much-needed—departure for how Google handles its popular operating system.
From a new version of iOS to smart home technologies to the Beats acquisition, there’s going to be a lot going on.
Microsoft thinks its Surface Pro 3 can displace your MacBook Air. Maybe not.
Microsoft thinks it can save the PC industry by recreating laptops as elegant tablets with shocking price tags. Good luck with that.
Facebook now has products akin to those that sent Google’s ad sales to the moon.
Hardware sales may be starting to take off at Microsoft. Too bad related profits are headed the other way.