The main question after EA announced its new games subscription program, Access, on Tuesday was "Why Microsoft-exclusive?" It turns out the "exclusivity" in this case might not have been by choice.
BitTorrent has teased its chat product for months, and now some lucky testers will get the chance to see the pre-alpha in action. The serverless chat client, designed to evade surveillance and big data collection, also has a name: BitTorrent Bleep.
Amazon is trying to cast itself as a champion of lower e-book prices as its messy dispute with publisher Hachette drags on.
In a sign that its Chromebox for Meetings videoconferencing solution is alive and well, Google unveiled a boatload of new features and capabilities, all designed at luring businesses to its Google Apps platform.
After Netflix made direct interconnection deals with Comcast and Verizon to boost the quality of its videos earlier in 2014, it was pretty much inevitable the streaming service would also strike an agreement with AT&T. Recently, the inevitable was confirmed: Netflix and AT&T came to an interconnection deal in May.
Microsoft formally unveiled Windows Phone 8.1 Update early Wednesday morning, confirming features such as Start screen folders, sandboxed apps, and even a handy VPN function for surfing over public Wi-Fi connections.
On Wednesday, Logitech unveiled the new G402 Hyperion Fury mouse, which it's calling "the world's fastest gaming mouse." The device uses multiple sensors, allowing it to accurately track ultra-fast swipes of up to 500 inches per second across your mousepad or desk, and is marketed towards first-person shooter (FPS) fanatics.
PCWorld raved about Microsoft Surface Pro 3's display. Now, professional display analyst Raymond Soneira has done so as well, proclaiming Microsoft's tablet among the best in display quality.
The crude Koler.a ‘police ransom' Trojan that started attacking Android smartphone users in April has finally been knocked out of action by researchers but only after revealing the disturbing if brief scale of its global success.
UK visitors to websites suspected of pirating content will from this week be served banners warning them of the site's suspect status, the Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) has announced.