Support could arrive in July or early August as Microsoft tries to reach parity with iOS and Android.
An earlier patch for critical bugs may have included a negative side effect.
"Cast to Native" will let users beam a video through Chromecast, then control playback with a traditional remote.
Google took tangible steps towards a password-free future at its I/O keynote, obliterating the need for secret codes in Android, Chromebooks, and Chromecast.
Come for the awesome new Android features, stay because...well, it's just getting way too hard to switch.
Google's high-tech specs will get the same actionable notifications as its smartwatches.
Verizon cuts off data earlier than expected; countdown to class action lawsuits begins now.
The design firm will launch a home automation company next month, with products in all of Home Depot's U.S. stores.
Microsoft's non-existent small tablet makes several appearances and mentions stylus support.
A popular app that took eight hours to make has a few security flaws. Who'd have thunk it?
Users can download games in advance and start playing as soon as they launch.
A trademark application by Samsung adds some fuel to the fire.
Blackberry 10 users will have easy access to more than 200,000 apps this fall.
$10 per month service lets you read as many books as you want from a handful of publishers.
The smart smoke and carbon monoxide detector now costs $99.