The latest American Customer Satisfaction Index report finds that U.S. consumers overwhelmingly love their TVs, Apple, and yes, their comfy old desktop PCs. But America's fascination with computing devices in general is waning a bit.
AT&T's new U-verse bundle lures you in with basic cable, Amazon Prime, and HBO Go, all for $40 per month. But if you read the fine print, that price will change dramatically in a year's time.
One of the first to fall as part of Microsoft's layoffs is its Xbox Entertainment Studios, although some of the company's flagship media offerings will remain unscathed.
Users can make group calls for free on Windows PCs, so why not tablets, too? Microsoft has solved that problem.
As Xfinity WiFi spreads west, so do concerns about the use of customers’ modems as both private and public Wi-Fi connections. Luckily, you have choices for opting out of the program.
Google launches Android TV, with shupport from Sharp, Sony, Asus, and others. It will debut this fal, replacing the forgotten Google TV technology.
Google confirmed the deal in a blog post, while reports say the sale price was above $500 million.
Researchers have successfully created a transparent temperature sensor that is embedded inside the Corning Gorilla Glass used by most smartphones. It could be in phones within a year, they said.
Right now it's a possibility, rather than a reality.. oh, who are we kidding?
AT&T plans to tap into its nationwide network with a service that will provide in-flight Wi-Fi using its LTE service to connect to the plane.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg introduces the Connectivity Lab, which will develop the tech to bring the Internet (and Facebook) to the rest of the world.
Don't think that the Viacom-YouTube piracy settlement means all the free Hollywood movies have disappeared from YouTube. Far from it.
Just days after launching, Popcorn Time shuts down for vaguely worded reasons.
iMD says it will soon release an app specifically designed to control the environment of a pot farm.