Microsoft has decided to withdraw from selling ebooks, offering refunds for everything you've purchased. But anything you've purchased will vanish by this summer.
As Gmail turns 15, Google adds features like scheduled email and Smart Compose for writing email on the go.
As of April 15, you'll no longer be able to access Wunderlist via Windows 10's Cortana.
Google's Gmail will suck in a small corner of the internet to allow you to research hotel rooms or add a pin to your Pinterest board from within an email. Outlook.com will as well.
Vivaldi has a reputation for being an extremely configurable browser, and it's even more flexible with release 2.4 and its icon and tab rearranging.
AT&T, Ericsson, and a number of companies showed off streamed VR to headsets, using 5G to minimize nausea-inducing latencies while keeping the resolutions high.
Kaspersky Lab confirmed that perhaps a million Asus PCs have unwittingly downloaded an infected version of the Asus Live Update utility using an attack called ShadowHammer. Asus has issued a patch.
Intel said Thursday that it will sell out existing inventory of its small, modular Compute Cards but make no further investments.
If Google Stadia, Microsoft XCloud, and Sony PlayStation Now are to succeed, ISP data caps have to die. For once, some big companies might be fighting right alongside consumers against ISP greed.
Intel promises that its 9th-generation mobile Core chips, specifically the H-series parts for premium notebooks, are just around the corner.
Microsoft Teams turns two this week, and Microsoft is leaning on its investments in artificial intelligence to improve the capabilities of its collaboration package.
Microsoft announces an initiative tied to the Game Developers Conference to bring games on Android, iOS and Switch to its Xbox Live platform.
If you own an HP ProBook, HP x360, or an HP ZBook, the government and HP are warning that batteries sold inside them or as accessories may overheat and are being recalled.
Microsoft is porting DirectX 12 to Windows 7 on a game-by-game basis. The first game to deliver will be World of Warcraft, with others to follow.
Only a small subset of users will be able to take advantage of the new feature, which arrives for Windows 10 Insiders.