Google is apparently launching audiobook support through its Google Play Books app. For some reason.
The word “courage” is often bandied about too easily these days. This is a great example of that.
Windows Insider Preview releases to the Slow ring are few and far between, but this one is particularly notable.
At just a bit over $200, a Windows Mixed Reality headset is pretty close to “no-brainer” territory.
The NPD Group has published some interesting data about the performance of the video game industry in 2017.
A major new release of Office 2016 for Mac aligns the product with the versions on Windows, Android, and iOS.
Microsoft's crazy new artificial intelligence system can apparently draw images based on your description.
Google has been working on a new OS called Fuchsia for months now, and it's finally starting to take shape.
Your old iPhone will no longer be slow with the upcoming iOS update that lets you disable intentional slowdowns, at least according to Apple.
Nintendo's next big hit is not a VR headset, or 4K games. It's a cardboard that costs $69.99 and looks WAY more fun than VR and 4K combined.
Apple this week announced that it will repatriate almost $252 billion in cash that it holds abroad.
Minecraft boss Matt Booty is now overlooking all of Microsoft's game studios.
Security expert Steve Gibson has done it again. His InSpectre utility can check your PC to see whether it is safe.
Stardock announced this week that its Object Desktop 2018 suite is now available, and with limited-time special pricing.
Google's upcoming algorithm update to prioritize faster sites on mobile search, and penalise websites with the sloppiest performance.
As Facebook continues to push Live experiences on its platforms, the company is rolling out a new feature which would actually be a perfect for Netflix.
Project Fi's "pay for what you use" system is being updated with an unlimited data plan with a monthly fee cap.
Slack is bringing private shared channels to its platform, so your firm can easily collaborate with an external team without leaking any of the important details.