The world waits with baited breath for more details about the Apple Watch, which should be revealed at a special event in San Francisco next Monday. But Tim Cook is just as anxious as we are to get this party started, and he teased some details in a trip to Germany.
Microsoft is expected to release its "Project Spartan" lightweight browser in its next public preview of Windows 10, according to a report.
You know that moment in spy thrillers when the hero suddenly realizes the scope of the evil genius's nefarious plan? I had a moment like that at Mobile World Congress, when I sat down to talk with Greg Sullivan, Microsoft's Windows Phone Director of Public Relations. Not that anything he said was evil. He just made me stop short and realize why Windows 10 really could change everything for Microsoft.
If you're dying to get your hands on an early version of Photos for Mac, Apple just released the first public beta of Yosemite 10.10.3.
Sir Terry Leahy explains why he has invested in startup Purple WiFi, which provides users with free wifi and retailers with analytic insights into the profiles and movements of their customers.
"When's World of Warcraft going free-to-play?" It's a question I think has been on the mind of every MMO fan for at least a few years now. Well, that dream is still a ways off, considering how the game's latest expansion (Warlords of Draenor) raised subscription rates back up to former highs.
T-Mobile is moving forward with plans to offer LTE over unlicensed Wi-Fi bands, potentially improving coverage in areas where its regular network struggles.
With all the tales of Kickstarter projects gone wrong, it's oh-so-refreshing when one of them turns out right. InXile announced recently that post-release support for Wasteland 2 now encompasses a visual overhaul as well, thanks to a move to Unity 5.
GDC hasn't even officially started and already there's huge news for the game development community: Epic's esteemed Unreal Engine is now completely free. Last year it was already surprising when Epic announced a new $19 per month subscription plan, but this is pretty incredible--dabble with the full power of Unreal 4, with 100 percent of the source code, for nothing. Those who were currently subscribed to Unreal will have their most recent month refunded.
Google+ champion Vic Gundotra left the company almost a year ago, and Google's social network hasn't been the same since. It looks like more big changes are ahead: G+ product VP Bradley Horowitz is stepping up to lead Photos and Streams, a newly created area that curiously makes no mention of Google+.